Answered By: Jason Steidl Last Updated: May 25, 2017 Views: 6467
Students who are registered in a class have a specific period of time in which they can withdraw from the class after it starts. Please see below for information regarding the deadlines for withdrawal requests. No adjustments to registrations can be made over the phone – we will always require a written request to withdraw from a class and will use the time-stamp on your email to confirm if the request was received prior to the deadline.
Withdrawing from a class will enter a W grade on your transcript from the course. This W grade does not impact your GPA, but will remain on your record even after you retake the course in a future term.
Please note: Withdrawing from a course does count as an active term and students who are on Academic Warning should contact their advisor for information on how the withdrawal will impact their academic warning status.
Not sure if you are in a quarter- or semester-based program? Get more information on how to determine if you are in a quarter- or semester-based program here.
Summer Quarter 2017
Please note: Classes may vary in length within the quarter-based programs. You should ensure you are referring to the appropriate information depending on the first and last days of your class.
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Summer Semester 2017
Please note: Classes may vary in length within the semester-based programs. You should ensure you are referring to the appropriate information depending on the first and last days of your class.
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- Were you looking for information on how to withdraw from the University? Find out more about withdrawing from the University here.
- Were you looking for information on how to drop a class? Find out more about the deadlines for dropping a class.
- Were you looking for the difference between dropping and withdrawing from a class? Learn more about the difference between these two.
Have questions about withdrawing from a class? Find out how to contact an academic advisor to learn more.