Official Withdrawal from the University
Students wishing to terminate their work at the university during a semester must withdraw from courses during the posted schedule adjustment period. During this period, the refund schedule set forth by the Office of Student Financial Services is adhered to. Students who receive financial assistance and withdraw should refer to the Consequences of Withdrawal in the Financial Assistance section of the Bulletin, since withdrawing can have a significant impact on a student’s eligibility for financial assistance as well as the educational expenses owed to the university.
Students assume financial and academic responsibility for each registered course. Withdrawing does not absolve a student’s financial responsibility for his/her educational expenses. It is the student’s responsibility to drop/withdraw from courses. Discontinuing attendance or notifying an instructor of a status change does not constitute a drop or withdrawal. The student is responsible for initiating and completing the drop or withdrawal procedure by utilizing EdWeb. If the student fails to complete the process, he/she will receive the grade(s) assigned by the instructor of record and be billed accordingly.
Note: The institution reserves the right, under specific circumstances, to cancel registration for nonpayment. Instructors have the option to drop students for nonattendance but are not required to do so. It is the student’s responsibility to confirm any drop or withdrawal transaction.
The formal withdrawal form is available below: