Students who are not returning to the College for the subsequent semester are required to contact the Dean of Students Office and make an appointment to meet with the Dean.
A student wishing to contemplate future plans or deal with a medical or family situation has the option of requesting a leave of absence for a semester already in progress, and may do so up to the sixth week of the semester without academic penalty.
No reduction or remission of fees is allowed by the College for absence, withdrawal, or dismissal unless an official notice of withdrawal is received by the end of the seventh week of a semester, in which case charges will be prorated in accordance with the schedule below.
A student wishing to withdraw from the College, for personal or medical reasons, or to transfer to another academic institution, must meet with a Dean of Students staff member to begin the withdrawal process. In either case, stipulations may be attached to the student's return to campus if deemed appropriate by the Dean. The withdrawal process contains several steps that must be completed by the student prior to his or her departure from campus. This process will be clearly explained during the aforementioned appointment.
Students receiving financial assistance under Title IV of the Higher Education Act of 1965, as amended, who withdraw during the first 60% of the semester (measured in calendar days), will be subject to a "Return of Title IV Funds" calculation to determine the portion of their federal student aid that must be returned to the federal government.
Students who withdraw after the the 60% point are considered to have "earned" all of their federal student aid. The College has adopted this same policy with respect to College-funded aid. State aid reductions may also be required in accordance with each state's regulations. Consequently, no adjustment to a student's account will be made until all appropriate financial aid reductions are calculated. Please contact the Office of Financial Aid for additional information about possible loss of aid and for examples of typical calculations.
An optional Comprehensive Fee refund insurance plan is available for insuring the full refund of fees in the event of a student's early withdrawal from Wooster because of illness. Information concerning this plan is mailed to all parents prior to the beginning of the academic year.
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