Withdrawals and Refunds
Southern Nazarene University's policy states a student can
miss only one week of non-participation and the class may be "made up"
only with the instructor's permission.
Two weeks of non-participation will result in withdrawal from the
course and three weeks of consecutive non-participation will result in
withdrawal from the program.
Participation will be assessed by logins to Moodle as well as Faculty reporting.
Withdrawal at student's request is preferred at the conclusion of a
module. Situations in which a student must withdraw during a course
will be handled on a case-by case basis, but will generally result in
the student having to repeat the course at additional costs.
Students will generally be allowed to continue with their cohort
after a one-module withdrawal, unless the course missed is a
Upon withdrawal, a Return to Title IV calculation is processed. The
Higher Education Amendments of 1998 changed the formula for calculating
the amount of aid a student and school can retain when the student
totally withdraws from all classes. Students who withdraw from all
classes prior to completing more than 60% of an enrollment term will
have their eligibility for aid recalculated based on the percent of the
term completed. You should contact the Financial Aid Office to see how
your withdrawal will affect your financial aid.