The Withdrawal Policy Regarding Tuition and Fees states that students who register for classes for any given semester are obligated to pay full tuition and fees for that semester unless they officially withdraw from the university prior to the start of classes. If you begin classes at Grand Valley, receive financial aid, and then withdraw, your financial aid will be adjusted according to federal regulations. Visit with a financial aid counselor or contact our office for more information regarding your specific situation.
We strongly recommend that you contact the Financial Aid Office prior to withdrawing if you have been awarded financial aid.
If you plan to enroll in courses for both spring (1st 6 week) and summer (2nd 6 week) terms, we strongly recommended that you enroll in all courses you plan to complete for the entire spring/summer prior to the end of the spring drop/add period.
Additional courses registered for after the term census date cannot be taken into consideration with regard to your financial aid eligibility, regardless of whether an exception was made by the Registrar's Office to allow late registration.