A student is considered withdrawn if the student does not complete all of the days in each session that the student was originally scheduled to complete. NNU tracks enrollment in each session that does not span the entire fall, spring, or summer semester and combines the sessions to determine the student's expected period of enrollment.
NNU determines if a student enrolled in a series of modules is a withdrawal and subject to recalculation of federal financial aid eligibility based on the following questions:
- After beginning attendance in the period of enrollment, did the student cease to attend or fail to begin attendance in a course he or she was scheduled to attend? If the answer is no, this is not a withdrawal.
If the answer is yes, then:
- Was the student still attending any other courses when the student ceased to attend or failed to begin attendance in a course? If the answer is yes, this is not a withdrawal.
If the answer is no, then:
- After ceasing to attend or failing to begin attendance in a course did the student confirm with NNU that he or she will be attending a course in a session beginning later in the enrollment period? If the answer is yes, this is not a withdrawal.
- If the answer is no, this is a withdrawal and the R2T4 calculation will be performed.