FinanceDepartment Brooklyn School
Iam writing this letter regarding my mathematics class. I would wishto bring to your attention that I had already dropped my math classone month into the semester. The reason being, the tuition fee was abit high to settle on my side if I did the mathematics unit. My hopewas that, I would at least get some financial aid from your office asI had sent my application and all relevant files at the beginning ofthe semester in September.
Notably,I took a bit longer to drop the unit due to the unclear circumstancewhether or not I would get the financial aid. I agree I did also notkeep up to date with the deadlines for dropping classes because I wasoptimistic on get the financial aid as Lukaszewski& Noakes-Fry (2013),explain the right approach to life is by always hoping for the bestoutcome. When I realized the deadline for dropping classes had passedand I was not lucky enough to get the aid, I went ahead and droppedthe mathematics class.
Nonetheless,I have learned that according to the system, I should assumefinancial responsibility for the mathematics class. This could bebecause I dropped the class way past the deadline. It is for thisreason that I am writing to explain that I did not complete thisclass and that the delay in dropping the class was not intentional.As seen in the discussion above, my hope was to take the mathematicsclass the financial aid. Kindly consider excluding this unit from myfees balance so that I can pay for the completed classes. Also,kindly release this semester’s transcripts so that I can use themin the application of the next academic year. I am hoping for yourfavorable consideration and thank you in advance.
Lukaszewski,J. E., & Noakes-Fry, K. (2013). Lukaszewski on CrisisCommunication: What Your CEO Needs to Know About Reputation Risk andCrisis Management. Brookfield, Conn: Rothstein Publishing.