Withdrawal: Types and Process
Withdrawal from all courses during the semester.
Students who wish to withdraw from all courses prior to the end of a semester may obtain a request form from the Associate Dean of their College/School. The withdrawal process requires approval from various offices before it is complete.
Eligibility for any adjustment to tuition charges is based on the date a University Official is notified by the student that they wish to withdraw. You can obtain information regarding tuition adjustments for complete withdrawals in the Student Accounts and Financial Aid Offices. If you fail to complete the withdrawal process you will be responsible for all tuition charges and all grades submitted by your instructors. If there is a medical or emergency situation that prevents you from completing the withdrawal process yourself please contact your Associate Dean, the Associate Provost or the Director of the Shepard Academic Resource Center for assistance.
Withdrawing Permanently from the University
Students who do not plan on returning to the University may obtain a request to withdraw form from the Associate Dean of their College/School. Whether a student is withdrawing at the end of a semester or between semesters, they can file the form at any time in the semester preceding their permanent withdrawal. The withdrawal will be processed at the end of the semester.
Students who leave the University without completing the request form for withdrawal including the required signatures, may be charged for subsequent semesters in which they have registered. Not attending classes does not constitute withdrawal from the University.