To be eligible for financial aid, a student must make satisfactory academic progress as outlined by UNMC. A copy of this policy can be found in the Student Handbook.
When a student receives student financial aid (federal/state/institutional) funds to attend an institution and subsequently takes a Leave of Absence (LOA), withdraws from the program, is dismissed, or fails to complete the period of enrollment for which the funds were received, federal law requires the institution to make a timely refund of “unearned tuition, fees, and other institutional charges” as assessed by the institution. The institution must also determine if the student owes a “repayment” of unearned funds that the institution either disbursed to the student directly or credited directly to the student’s account for living expenses.
Before considering a LOA or withdrawal, students should read the policy "Refund and Repayment Policies Regarding Loans and Scholarships Disbursed to Students Who Withdrawal," in the Student Handbook.
Students are strongly encouraged to visit the Office of Financial Aid before starting any LOA or withdrawal process!
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