Withdrawal Dates for Courses Offered In Modules: If a student is enrolled in at least one module course, they are considered a module student and thus the following conditions apply. Colleges will be able to determine whether a student enrolled in a module(s) is a withdrawal by asking the following questions: After beginning attendance in https://worldpaydayloans.com/payday-loans-ny/astoria/ the payment period or period of enrollment, did the student cease to attend or fail to begin attendance in a course they were scheduled to attend? If the answer is no, this is not a withdrawal. If the answer is yes, go to question 2. When the student ceased to attend or failed to begin attendance in a course they were scheduled to attend, was the student still attending any other courses? If the answer is yes, this is not a withdrawal; however other regulatory provisions concerning recalculation may apply. If the answer is no, go to question 3. Did the student confirm attendance in a course in a module beginning later in the period (for non-term and nonstandard-term programs, this must be no later than 45 calendar days after the end of the module the student ceased attending)? If the answer is yes, this is not a withdrawal, unless the student does not return. If the answer is no, this is a withdrawal and the Return of Title IV Funds requirements apply.
Written Confirmation of Future Attendance:
A student is not considered to have withdrawn if the College obtains written confirmation from the student close to the date that the student actually ceased attendance and before the time the College was required to return Title IV funds, offer any post-withdrawal disbursement of loan funds, or take any other action under the Return of Title IV requirements, that the student will attend a module that begins later in the same payment period or period of enrollment.
A student may also reaffirm their intent to attend by registering for a future course at the time of the withdrawal.
A College may not wait to perform a Return of Title IV Funds calculation to see if the student who has withdrawn and has not provided written confirmation of future attendance will return later in the payment period or period of enrollment. The College is required to undo the Return of Title IV Funds calculation if a student who withdraws from a non-term credit hour program returns to the same program at the College within 180 calendar days. The student is treated as though they did not cease attendance. Similarly, if a student withdraws from a term-based credit-hour program offered in modules during a payment period or period of enrollment and reenters prior to the end of the period, the student is eligible to receive any Title IV program funds that they were otherwise eligible to receive prior to withdrawal.
If the student does not return for the future module after providing written confirmation of future attendance, a return calculation must be completed.
Official withdrawals-The withdrawal date is determined within 30 days of the date of withdrawal.
Unofficial withdrawals-The withdrawal date is determined within 30 days of the end of the term.
A College may allow a student to rescind their official notification to withdraw by filing a written statement that they will continue to participate in academically-related activities and intends to complete the payment period or period of enrollment.
If the student subsequently withdraws after rescinding an intent to withdraw, the withdraw date is the date the student first provided notification to the College or began the College’s withdrawal process, unless a last date of attendance or academically related activity is documented.