Does the charge for college depend on a number of classes that I take?
I’m now not registered for any classes at my school.
It’s not that I don’t attend them, I just did not take any.
I did not officially drop out though.
I’m planning on resuming tuition, but I can’t pay for it at the moment.
So I thought they can’t charge me the fee if I’m not registered for any of the classes, am I right?
In theory, they really can’t. But it all depend on the type of school because the private colleges may have some specific rules.
On the other side, you probably need to inform the finacial office at your school about your decision.
You need to do everything officially because there are other fees charged apart from those for the classes.
If you don’t officially drop out, it probably would be the same as not showing up.
There is no way to know sure other than to concact your school.
In state schools, they charge you for an amount of classes.
However, if you want to resume the tuitition and not to drop out just yet, don’t miss the entire semester, because it can seriously affect your credit. Also, there is a number of credits you’re supposed to take as a part of graduation requirements.
You won’t owe the fee if you’re not registered for the classes. Another case is that if you already paid some fees, there is a deadline to get a refund.
So it is better to concact the college and settle everything anyway.
it’s an important question that can only be answered by the financial aid office at your school.