Financial aid recipients who withdraw on or before March 23, 2011 will owe a portion of their financial aid back to the federal and/or state programs. The institution will repay their debt for them so that they can enroll the next term; however, they will owe Shepherd University.
If a student who began attendance does not officially withdraw and fails to earn a grade in at least one course, he/she is considered to have unofficially withdrawn for financial aid purposes. He/she will owe a return of funds. An F is considered earned; however, an F is also considered in attempted hours for Satisfactory Academic Progress.
May graduates need to complete Exit Counseling if they have ever borrowed through any loan program throughout their collegiate career. This can be accomplished at www.nslds.ed.gov and should be completed before graduation to avoid a hold on transcripts. Exit Counseling ensures that borrowers are aware of their rights and responsibilities as they enter repayment.
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Updates from the Calendar
Presenting: A New Associate Registrar
Apply Now For Financial Aid for the 2011-12 Year
Applications for Summer Financial Aid
College Goal Sunday Scheduled
Check Shepherd University E-mail and/or Review RAIL Often
Financial Aid TV
Open House Dates
New Faces in Admissions
Student Ambassador Association
Student Success (formerly Retention) Steering Committee Renamed
Retention Initiatives Updates
Retention Office Services
Enrollment Management Committee:
Institutional SEM Strategies