Withdrawing From This Semester

Important!

You are responsible for completing or withdrawing from every class registered. Failure to withdraw will result in a grade of "WU" or "F".

During the first week of school, it is the responsibility of the student to attend each class meeting. If class is full, a faculty member may administratively drop any student who is absent from any class session during the first week of classes (if the student has not personally contacted the faculty member by the next class meeting). It is the responsibility of the student to withdraw properly from any class which he/she does not intend to complete. Do not assume that the faculty member will administratively drop you.

 

 

Type of Change

Beginning
January 16

Beginning
February 14

Beginning
April 16

Withdrawing From This Semester

 

 

"Withdrawing" means discontinuing course participation from the semester.
Secure a Drop/Withdrawal Form from Admissions & Records Service Windows. Obtain signatures as required. For refund of registration fees, see Money Matters.  

Deadline
February 13
The withdrawal must be for a serious and compelling reason. Secure a Drop/Withdrawal Form from Admissions & Records Service Windows. Obtain signatures as required. All courses dropped will be listed on the official University transcript with a "W" (Withdrawal) and will count toward the 18 unit limitation for undergraduates. A "W" does not negatively impact your GPA.  

Deadline
April 15
A complete withdrawal is not allowed except for circumstances beyond the student's control. Secure a Drop/Withdrawal Form from Admissions & Records Service Windows. Obtain signatures as required. All courses dropped will be listed on the official University transcript with a "W" (Withdrawal) and may count toward the 18 unit limitation for undergraduates.

Deadline
May 7