Evening Studies students wishing to withdraw must complete the Change of Enrollment form. The Change of Enrollment form must be completed and on file with the Office of the Registrar before the student’s official withdrawal will be processed. The Office of the Registrar reviews the completed submissions and forwards the information to Student Financial Services regarding the official date of the enrollment change(s). The Office of Student Financial Services will determine if a Return of Title IV aid is necessary.
If a student voluntarily withdraws from Huntingdon College during a semester, the College will follow federal guidelines to determine the amount of federal aid the student has earned based on the percentage of the semester completed. Federal guidelines state that once a student has completed more than 60% of the semester, they have earned all federal aid for that period of enrollment. For a student who has completed 60% or less, Huntingdon College is required to prorate the amount of federal aid based on the percentage of the semester completed (calculated using the last date of attendance). An example of a return to Title IV calculation is available upon request.
- Students will be credited back 100% of tuition for any class(es) never attended.
- Students who do not receive Title IV aid will be assessed tuition at a rate of 100% after attending a class.
- For students who have been awarded Title IV aid and it has been determined that Huntingdon College will be required to prorate the amount of federal aid based on the percentage of the semester completed will have tuition prorated based on the schedule below:
Last Date of Attendance
Through the 4th day of class from the start of the session
After the 4th day of class from the start of the session
Students receiving financial aid should refer to the Evening Studies Financial Aid section of the catalog in order to determine how dropping or withdrawing from a class will affect the receipt of Title IV Aid (Federal Aid).