- A student may withdraw from a course before the Change of Program Period ends without having the course recorded on his/her permanent record.
- Withdrawal from a course will be allowed until two weeks after mid-term examinations period during the fall and spring semesters, and one week before the date of the final examination during a summer term. No Withdrawal from a course will be allowed after that point. Withdrawals must be approved by the advisor/department head/dean.
- The student is automatically assigned a grade of “W” to indicate a course withdrawal. The “W” will not be calculated in the GPA.
- Withdrawals from courses may affect housing, graduation, financial aid, membership in organizations or other opportunities.
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