Withdrawing From All Classes
Financial Aid Q&A for Students Who Are Withdrawing From All Classes
Q: What happens to my financial aid if I drop all of my classes?
A: If you drop all of your classes mid-semester you may be required to repay some of your financial aid depending on the date of your withdrawal. For information on WSU’s refund policy.
Q: Can I get my aid back if I return to WSU next semester?
A: Aid that has already been awarded to you for the next semester, or aid that you are applying for in a new academic year will be available to you as long as you meet WSU’s Satisfactory Academic Progress for Financial Aid requirements.
Q: When do I start paying back my student loans? How do I find out about this?
A: Check with your lender or review the terms of your promissory notes for each type of loan that you have to see when you must start repaying your loan.
Q: How do I switch my financial aid to my new school if I am transferring?
A: Your new school needs to receive your Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) so that they can evaluate your eligibility for aid and award you as a transfer student at their school.