Listed below are various scenarios based upon the time of your departure from Minnesota State University Moorhead, and the steps you must take in order to withdraw.
You may withdraw from a full-session course via eServices. Check your schedule for each course’s official withdrawal deadline.
Withdrawing from a course means you are no longer in the course, but the course counts as attempted, and a grade of “W” is given. You are still financially responsible for the course(s).
Contact the Office of Scholarship and Financial Aid to determine whether you are required to repay any amount of financial aid you received (determined by your last date of attendance) and how withdrawing impacts pending financial aid disbursements.
Withdrawing on or before the 22nd day of the semester may reduce Pell and SEOG payments made to eligible students.
Withdrawing from a course counts against your percent completion, with may result in implications related to academic standing and/or financial aid. For questions on academic standing please contact the Academic Support Center. For questions on financial aid please contact the Office of Scholarship and Financial Aid.
Withdrawing from the university is defined as cancelling all classes, completing other financial and administrative responsibilities and ending participation in the university community. You may have many reasons for withdrawing, including: transferring to another institution; taking a break from school; or addressing personal, medical or family issues.
The following steps must be taken to complete the process and ensure your withdrawal addresses academic and financial responsibilities with the university, and to provide the most flexibility for your future educational options.
Withdrawing on or before the 22nd day of the semester will reduce Pell and SEOG payments made to eligible students. When you withdraw from all semester courses, federal regulations mandate the calculation of the amount you are able to retain, made by Business Services, for the semester, if any, and any amount required to be repaid based on the number of days enrolled for the semester.