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Changing Your Class Schedule
After a semester has started, you may find it necessary to make changes in your class schedule.  This is usually referred to as ‘adding’ and ‘dropping’.  If you make a class change during the specified ‘change’ period (usually the first week of a regular semester), your tuition rate will be adjusted accordingly.  After the ‘change’ period has ended, you may still withdraw from a class up to approximately two weeks after mid-term exams (see the deadline published by the Records & Registration office), but there will be no adjustment in your tuition rate.  Remember, if you quit attending a class without following the proper procedures, you will receive an ‘F’ for the course.

 

College Withdrawal
If it becomes necessary to totally withdraw from college during the semester, you must initiate the process by obtaining the proper form from the Dean of Students office (for students taking on-campus courses) or the Continuing Education office (for students taking only off-campus or online courses).  If you do not personally withdraw from college by the announced deadline for withdrawal, but merely ‘fade away’, you will receive grades of ‘F’ in every class for which you are enrolled & Title IV funds may need to be returned to the government & result in you owing a bill to Wayne State College.

 

When a student withdraws or is suspended from college for a term, the tuition & fee adjustment is based upon the date of official notification from the student & according to the following schedule:

 

Tuition & Mandatory Fee
Adjustment Percentages

Fall & Spring

Semesters

Summer

Sessions

100% Adjustment

During Weeks 1 & 2

During Days 1 & 2

50% Adjustment

During Weeks 3 & 4

During Day 3 & 4

25% Adjustment

During Weeks 5-8

N/A

No Adjustment

After 8th Week

After 4th Day

 

Students living on campus will receive a prorated adjustment for room & board as determined by the Residence Life office.

 

Please note that adjusting classes (whether a drop, course withdrawal, or school withdrawal) may affect your financial aid & result in you owing Wayne State College.

 

Who to contact and when:

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Contact the Student Financial Services Office (402-375-7229) if you are unsure how dropping or withdrawing from a course or from school completely will affect your tuition and fees.

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Contact the Student Financial Services Office (402-375-7229) if you are unsure how dropping or withdrawing from a course or from school completely will affect your financial aid.

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Contact the Dean of Students Office (402-375-7213) if you wish to withdraw from school and have at least one on-campus class.

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Contact the Continuing Education Office (402-375-7215) if you wish to withdraw from school and have only off-campus and/or online courses.

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Contact the Records & Registration Office (402-375-7239) if you wish to drop/withdraw from a summer course but stay enrolled in other courses for the summer term.

 

 

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Withdrawal Policy

Upcoming Deadlines
August 2014

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Refund checks available to students.

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