ASWA – Enrollment
WORLD-CLASS TRAINERS | SPORTS & ENTERTAINMENT EDUCATION
The Al Snow Wrestling Academy takes pride in operating in a fair, ethical, and legal manner. All students who are concurrently enrolled in both the regular session and late-starting sessions will be treated as regular session students for the purposes of this policy. If the student drops a late-starting course prior to the beginning of the course, a refund for the course will be provided in accordance with the university’s registration policy.
THIS POLICY DOES NOT APPLY IF YOUR PROGRAM OF STUDY IS STRUCTURED FOR SESSIONS SHORTER THAN THE NORMAL ACADEMIC SESSIONS.
Please contact the Administrative Offices at (833)477-6786.
After the 100% refund period (add/drop), withdrawal from a course, while remaining enrolled for that semester or session, will result in no reduction of charges (or refund), but may result in a return of financial aid not fully earned. Students who receive aid and are considering withdrawing from a course or courses should speak to the Administrative office regarding the impact the withdrawal may have on aid eligibility.
Total tuition and fee charges (with the exception of the technology fee, which is non-refundable) billed will be refunded (reduced) based on the rate chart below. The difference will be the OVW0022 student’s responsibility. A portion or all of a student’s aid may be returned to the lender based on loan eligibility on the withdrawal date, as it may not be fully earned. The remaining balance will then become the responsibility of the student. Students who receive aid and are considering a withdrawal from the school should speak to the Administrative Office regarding the impact the withdrawal may have on aid eligibility.
Refunds are made to the amount of the charge, not the amount that has been paid to date. Please Note: The School Refund Policy does not adjust tuition and fees at the same percentage rate as Financial Aid’s Return of Title IV Funds Formula. Because of this, Federal Title IV Aid recipients who withdraw from the school during the first eight weeks of the semester may still owe a balance to the School. For late start/short sessions (sub terms), or for exact dates, contact the Student Administrative Office.
Withdrawing from the School
Any student who decides to withdraw from the A1 Snow Wrestling Academy during any academic term, regardless of the reason, must contact the Administrative Office of the School immediately. All withdrawals are governed by the following regulations:
- An honorable dismissal is granted to a student who withdraws from the school in the official manner, has met all financial obligations to the school and has been properly cleared by the registrar.
- If the student withdraws officially before the end of the 10th week of the semester, a “W” grade is recorded for each course scheduled, A “W” grade carries no academic penalty and is not counted in the student’s GPA. For an official withdrawal from a five-week session, “W” grades will be recorded during the first two weeks only.
- The last date to withdraw from the school is the end of the 10th week of the term.
- Leaving the school without notifying the Office of Student Scheduling and making an official withdrawal may result in automatic failure for all courses scheduled. It also makes the student ineligible for refund of tuition and fees and may affect academic status and financial aid. Improper withdrawals will be classified as unauthorized withdrawal and the designation “UW” will be used for all registered courses, if another
grade has not already been assigned by the professor. Students planning on withdrawing from the school should contact the Administrative Office prior to completing the withdrawal process. Remember to withdraw from the school through official channels to avoid academic, financial and financial aid penalties. For more information, contact the Student Accounts Office. After the 100% refund (add/drop) period, withdrawal from a course, while remaining enrolled for that semester or session, will result in no reduction of charges (or refund), but may result In a return of financial aid not fully earned. Students who receive aid and are considering withdrawing from a course or courses, should speak to the Administrative
office regarding the impact the withdrawal may have on aid eligibility.
- Existence of the Kentucky Student Protection Fund Pursuant to KRS 165A.450 All licensed schools, resident, and nonresident shall be required to contribute to a student protection fund. The fund shall be
used to reimburse eligible Kentucky students, to pay off debts, including refunds to students enrolled or on leave of absence by not being enrolled for one (1) academic year or less from the school at the time of the closing of a school, incurred due to the closing of a school, discontinuance of a program, loss of license, or loss of accreditation by a school or program. Process for Filing a Claim Against the Kentucky Student
- To file a claim against the Kentucky Student Protection Fund, each person filing must submit a signed and completed Form for Claims Against the Student Protection Fund, Form PE-38 and provide the requested information to the following address: Kentucky Commission of Proprietary Education,
300 Sower Boulevard, Frankfort, KY 40601. The form can be found on the website at www.kcpe.ky.gov.