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Withdrawing from Modular Classes 

Modular classes are courses that do not run the full length of the payment period (semester).

If a student withdraws from a modular class and attends no other class in the payment period, he/she is a withdrawal, and the Federal Recalculation of Title IV Funds is required.

If a student withdraws from a modular class but returns to attend a subsequent class offered within the same payment period, he/she is not considered a withdrawal and no Federal Recalculation of Title IV funds is required.

If a semester has started and the student withdraws prior to attending a modular class because that class starts late in the semester, then that class cannot be counted for financial aid purposes.

If a student withdraws from a modular class and then confirms attendance in a later modular class within the same payment period, the student is not considered a withdrawal. 

However, the student is considered a withdrawal if he/she drops an early modular class and does not attend a later class within the same payment period.

If a semester has started and the student withdraws from a class that has not yet begun because it occurs later in the semester term, then that class cannot be counted for financial aid purposes as of the date of the withdrawal.