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Whoowee!!! Sorry I don't know the answer to that one. It was my daughters classes towards her masters so she certainly would know but my classes were old fashion classes. You know, sit in the chair and listen to the teacher. Maybe someone else on here would know..
They go around a week or two before FA disbursement to on campus classes (on my home campus)and have the professors give them a list of all participating students, so...my advice would be keep working on assignments due before the sixth week of regular studies, and forget assignments due on or after the sixth week in the classes you intend to drop. They'll keep you in "meets" SAP status unless they absolutely have to put you on probation, then change you to "dont meet" SAP status in worst case scenarios. They want all of that money they can get. Its what makes the world go around.... and pays the big chiefs. As long as you can graduate in under 90 attempted credits (counting the ones you withdraw from mind you) you are good as far as an AA or AS major goes. If a declared major is future completion of a certificate program you only get 45 attempted credits, so you have less leeway in those. Hope that helps.