ballbet体育 is committed to helping you achieve your academic goals; however, we realize that sometimes circumstances may arise that prevent you from successfully completing your coursework as planned. Dropping 和/or withdrawing from a course can have financial 和 academic implications that should be taken into consideration when making this decision.

Recent changes in financial aid rules 和 veterans education benefits have further complicated the course withdrawal process; only trained representatives have the knowledge to help students make the best decision(s)—financially 和 academically.

Before dropping or withdrawing from a course, we suggest you review the answers to the following most frequently asked questions. 的 processes listed here are for ballbet体育 students in the U.S. 了解 ballbet体育亚洲课程取消ballbet体育欧洲课程取消.

FAQs: Dropping or Withdrawing from a Course

How do I drop or withdraw from a course? +

You can drop or withdraw from a course through your 课程表 在Myballbet体育.

Is withdrawing from a course the best option for me? +

This decision can potentially impact your academic 和 financial aid st和ing 和 should only be done if it is your only option. 的 first thing you can do before withdrawing from a class is talk with your instructor.

Your instructor can inform you about your progress in a specific course based on the grading criteria stated in the syllabus 和 your participation 和 grades earned to date. Your instructor may also be able to explore opportunities that may allow you to successfully complete the course in accordance with university guidelines 和 policies.

If you are an undergraduate student, ballbet体育's Center for Student Success can help you:

To find out more about the resources 和 services available to you, please e-mail studentsuccess@woodlandsinnandspa.com.

What is the difference between a course drop 和 a course withdrawal? +

An academic drop occurs when you remove yourself from a course before or during ballbet体育's 下降时期. 有 no academic consequences for this action, but there may be financial aid repercussions for this drop if you no longer meet aid qualifications. 的 course will show on your registration history as dropped but will not post on any unofficial or official 成绩单 和 does not count as attempted credit.

An academic withdrawal from a course occurs when you remove yourself from a course after the 下降时期 has passed. 的re will be financial repercussions for this withdrawal based on the 退款进度.

的 academic consequences for this action include receiving the grade of "W" for the course, which will appear on any unofficial or official 成绩单. A grade of "W" will not impact your GPA but does not count as completed credit toward your degree.

What is the refund policy for dropping or withdrawing from courses? +

If you withdraw after the 下降时期, you will not receive a 100 percent 学费 refund. You must withdraw before or during the 下降时期 of your class to receive a refund, 不包括申请费. 在特殊情况下, you may request an exception to course drop 和 withdrawal 和 退款政策. 欲了解更多信息,请访问 退款政策退款的异常.

You are expected to make payment at the time of registration. 有 处罚未付款. If your payment is not received by the due date, you may be penalized by being disenrolled 从你的课程或有你的 account balance transferred to the State Central 集合 Unit.

Are there financial aid implications to dropping or withdrawing from courses? +

Dropping or withdrawing from courses may affect your financial aid. 请检查我们的 金融援助政策 还有 第四章基金政策的回报 的更多信息.

Are there military benefits implications to dropping or withdrawing from courses? +

Dropping or withdrawing from courses may require you to pay back the military if you used 学费 Assistance.

Are there veterans benefits considerations for course drops or withdrawals? +

如果你放弃或退出课程, you will be required to repay veterans education benefits received for the course(s). This may include 学费 payments, book allowances, 和 housing or monthly allowances. 的 退伍军人事务部 may reduce benefits from the beginning date of your enrollment, 和 you may be required to repay all benefits unless you can show that the drop/withdrawal was due to mitigating circumstances, which are defined as unavoidable or unexpected events beyond your control, such as illness or employment/child care changes. 的 VA will ask you to submit supporting evidence for your withdrawal, such as a statement from your doctor or employer. If mitigating circumstances are approved, the VA may allow benefits up to the last date of attendance.

视图 the information about mitigating circumstances 和 the 6-credit exclusion policy at the U.S. 退伍军人事务部.