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Failure to Begin Attendance
Federal regulations require that students earn their financial aid funds by attending and actively participating in courses. Attendance information is collected from faculty to verify financial aid eligibility. If a student fails to begin attendance in a course, the institution is required to reduce the student’s financial aid enrollment level and eligibility.
Your financial aid award will be adjusted for the following reasons:
Any aid may be adjusted, if you totally withdraw before the federal deadline to withdraw and you may have to repay the aid you did not earn.
NOTE: A no-show for a face-to-face class is defined as lack of “attendance” where attendance is defined as one of the following:
NOTE: A no-show for an online class is a student who has not: Completed the introductory assignment(s) by the deadline.
“No-Show” Reporting: If the student has not “attended” (per language above), the instructor will report the student as a no-show and financial aid may be adjusted if applicable.