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Withdrawal/Resignation/Appeals

Withdrawal

If you wish to drop all of your courses before the end of the add/drop period, you should do so at the Office of the Registrar, Room 120, Millstein Library Building. If you drop all of your courses, you will not be liable for your term tuition and fees and your registration will become void.

Resignation

If you wish to resign from all your courses after the official end of the add/drop period, you must notify the Office of the Registrar in person in Room 120, Millstein Library Building.

  • Your registration and term tuition charges will be adjusted in accordance with the official University Title IV Refund Policy.
  • You must do this even if you are only registered for one course or one credit.
  • If you have housing and/or food service charges, you must notify the appropriate offices immediately.

 

If you resign after the last day of the add/drop period, you are liable for a percentage of your charges and will be issued "R" grades, denoting resignation, on your transcripts. "R" grades do not count toward your degree, quality point average, or academic progress for purposes of financial aid eligibility.

Once the resignation period has expired (sixty percent of the term), students must withdraw from their courses through the Director of Academic Advising, Room 103, Millstein Library Building.

Appeals

Student appeals are submitted to the Director of Academic Advising, Room 103, Millstein Library Building.