Subject to the approval of their advisor, students may add or drop courses during the first week of class. For students reducing their course load to less than 12 credit hours through the last day to drop classes without a grade, their student account will be adjusted such that they will be billed per credit hour. If this credit hour reduction results in the student no longer being eligible for financial aid requiring half-time or full-time enrollment for the term, the applicable financial aid will be reduced or canceled in accordance with state and/or federal requirements. Students registered for more than 18 credits are billed for extra-credit overload. If such a student drops classes to reduce the total credits to 18 or less on or before the last day to drop classes without a grade, then a 100% adjustment of the extra-credit charges will be processed. However, no adjustment of charges will be made after the last day to drop classes without a grade. Adjustments are determined based on the date the withdrawal/drop form is received in the Registrar’s Office. All course changes must be completed in the Registrar’s Office.
Students who completely withdraw from the College may be eligible to receive a partial refund of tuition, room and board. All refunds are paid to the student. If the withdrawal results in the student no longer being eligible for financial aid requiring half-time or full-time enrollment for the term, the applicable financial aid will be reduced or canceled in accordance with state and/or federal requirements. A refund schedule for complete withdrawal may be obtained from the Student Financial Services Office located in the basement of New Garden Hall. Withdrawal petition forms must be obtained from and returned to the Office for Campus Life. A request to the Registrar’s Office for a transcript of credits is NOT considered a notice of withdrawal from the College and is also NOT considered a cancellation of room and/or board reservations.
Online invoices will be available on July 1 and should be settled in full by August 1.
A late fee of $250 will be charged for balances remaining outstanding after the first day of classes. If the balance has not been settled in full by August 1 for the fall semester and by December 23 for the spring semester, a temporary hold will be placed on the student’s account. The student will then be notified of potential administrative withdrawal unless the balance is immediately settled. Withdrawal will occur approximately one week after the date of such notification, and will involve the cancellation of class registration and room and board assignments.
Students administratively withdrawn for non-payment will be charged a $450 readmission processing fee. This fee and the full balance due must be paid before the student can be considered for readmission. All administratively withdrawn students must apply for readmission after settling their outstanding balances. Please submit the Application for Readmission form online.
When accepted for readmission, the student’s email account and ID card will be reactivated. The readmitted student must then contact their academic advisor or Barb Boyette to add classes.
For billing and financial aid related questions, please contact the Student Financial Services Office at 336.316.2176 or 336.316-2354.
For enrollment related questions, contact:
Assistant to the Dean of Admission and Financial Aid
Office of Admission
5800 W. Friendly Ave
Greensboro, NC 27410