Aid Recalculation Due to Enrollment Activities | Student Financial Aid | Kent State University

Aid Recalculation Due to Enrollment Activities

Financial aid recipients must be aware that repeating a course, taking a remedial course, dropping a course, withdrawing from a course, or taking an academic leave of absence can adversely affect their financial aid eligibility in a given term or their eligibility to receive aid in the future. Federal aid recipients who repeat coursework or enroll in remedial coursework will only be eligible to receive financial aid for that coursework under certain conditions that are outlined below. Federal aid recipients who adjust their course load will have their aid adjusted based on the timing of the registration activity and the amount of time they participate in the course. A student may have limited eligibility when adding classes and may be required to repay all or a portion of aid received depending on the point of dropping or withdrawing from a course.

Repeating Coursework
Adding or Dropping Courses
Adding Courses After the Financial Aid Census Date
Withdrawing a Class
Complete Withdrawal From Courses/Exiting From the University
Not Started
Never Attended, Failed (NF) and Stopped Attending, Failed (SF) Grades
Auditing a Course
Remedial Coursework
Ineligible Degree
Academic Leave of Absence