Policy for Aid Adjustments When Canceling Enrollment

Financial aid (federal/state/institutional/private) is awarded to you under the assumption that you will attend school for the entire term. When you withdraw, you may no longer be eligible for the full amount of funds that you originally were scheduled to receive. Canceling enrollment or dropping classes may have an impact on your academic progress. For information on Satisfactory Academic Progress policies please refer to our SAP web page located here.

Please note: rules for adjusting your student financial aid program funds when you withdraw are not the same rules that apply to the WSU tuition and fee refund policy. WSU’s tuition refund policy and the requirements and procedures for officially withdrawing from WSU may be found on the Registrar's web site located here.

The Official Worksheet for Return of Title IV funds (federal aid) is located here.

Federal Aid Adjustments - When you withdraw from school
Charges, Credits, and Post Withdrawal Loan Offers
Non-Federal Aid Adjustments - When you withdraw from school
Unearned Aid - How the daily prorated percent is calculated
Policy for Canceling Aid for Unofficial Withdrawals