From time to time situations occur when a student needs to withdraw from the college. This can occur for a variety of reasons. Prior to withdrawing from Mount Aloysius, ask a Financial Aid Officer how it will alter your financial aid and the business office how it will alter your bill.
When a student officially withdraws from the College before completing the period of enrollment for which they were charged, a loss of financial aid may create a balance due on the student’s account. In certain circumstances the student may be entitled to receive a partial credit of tuition and fees.
The date of withdrawal will be the date that the student notifies the Registrar’s Office of their intent to withdraw. A withdrawal is considered official only after the completed withdrawal form has been processed.
Students will be advised to meet with the Office of Student Success and Advising prior to withdrawing and all withdrawal forms must be completed through the Registrar’s Office. Official withdrawal forms must be retained in the student’s permanent file located in the Registrar’s Office. Non-attendance does not constitute an official withdrawal.
Students who drop below twelve (12) credits after the first week of the semester will not have their tuition re-calculated based on part-time status.
Room and Board will follow the same refund calculation as the tuition and fees.
When a student withdraws, all Unfunded Institutional Grants/Scholarships awarded will be reduced based on the same percentage scale as the tuition and fees refund calculation.
Withdrawing from Modules (8-week sessions)
Students enrolling in modules who will be using financial aid must sign up for all classes they will be taking for all of the sessions. If a student signs up for all sessions, they are expected to attend and complete all sessions. If the students ceases to attend a course for which they were scheduled to attend, and they are not enrolled in any subsequent modules/sessions, the student will be considered a withdrawal and a Return to Title IV Funds calculation will be performed. A week is defined as Monday to Sunday for all online courses.
Students who withdraw from summer courses prior to the first class will receive a 100% refund; prior to the second class, 95% refund; prior to the third class, 90% refund; prior to the fourth class, 50% refund; after the fourth class, no refund. Registration fees for summer courses are refunded only when a course is canceled.