Withdrawal from the University (by dropping all classes)
A student may withdraw from the university during the first half of the semester. The Registrar's Office will determine comparable deadlines for courses less than a semester in length. After the deadline, a student may request permission to withdraw only for extraordinary non-academic reasons. Any such request must be completed by the last day of instruction in that semester. The request must include a written explanation and documentation if appropriate. Any such requests are to be submitted to the Advising Center for appropriate action. Students may not request a withdrawal from a completed semester. Please see Advising Center for current policy.
Dropping a class or withdrawal from the university may result in a financial obligation for tuition and fees and may necessitate repayment of financial aid.
In addition, Federal and State regulations for financial aid require a refund calculation to occur for financial aid recipients through the 60% point of the semester. Contact the Cashier's and Financial Aid Offices for information.
Non-Attendance does not constitute withdrawal.