THE FINANCIAL AID RECIPIENT
- Report to the St. John’s University Student Financial Services
Office any change in marital, academic, New York residency or
campus housing status and any additional earnings, funds, or
support received from any source which may result in the reduction
of awards and/or require repayment of financial aid already
- In the event of withdrawal from classes, a reduction in the
number of credits for which this aid is offered or any other
circumstances may result in financial aid ineligibility. The
student must contact the Office of Student Financial Services in
order to repay any aid advanced.
• Students are considered in attendance until
they officially withdraw from school or are requested to do so by
an academic dean. A student who leaves school voluntarily or
drops a course, must do so through the proper channels or be
charged for full tuition.
Steps in the Withdrawal Process:
The student must complete Change of Program form obtainable
in the academic dean’s office.
The Change of Program form must be signed by the appropriate
Withdrawal from courses may entitle a student to a refund of
tuition. The refund policy refers only to tuition. Fees are
The student’s financial aid eligibility may be revised, subject to
federal, state and institutional refund policies.
Please consult the University Student Bulletin for additional
details regarding withdrawal procedures.
- Accept the responsibility for repayment of any loans awarded
and attend an exit interview prior to graduation or withdrawal so
that the terms of the loan repayment can be arranged.
(University records may be withheld for failure to attend an exit
- Maintain satisfactory academic progress in the course of study
pursued according to the academic policies and procedures of the
- Adhere to all official university academic and administrative
policies (as published in the University bulletin) to avoid
forfeiture of financial aid.
- All programs of financial aid are contingent upon federal,
state and institutional appropriations and regulations. THE
UNIVERSITY RESERVES THE RIGHT TO ADJUST AWARDS.
- Unless otherwise indicated, the financial aid offer is based on
full-time undergraduate attendance, full-time law school attendance
or half-time graduate attendance.
- The financial aid award(s) may be adjusted if the student
enrolls less than full-time.
- The financial aid awards may be adjusted if the student changes