Resident Withdrawing from Courses
From the sixth day of the semester until around the 12th week of class (see academic calendar for exact date), a normal Fall/Spring course may be withdrawn with a grade of "W." Courses with an early or non-traditional end date may be withdrawn up until the last day of class.
To ensure that students understand the expectations set forth by the University for withdrawing from a course.
Definition of Glossary Terms
Students wishing to withdraw from a class must submit a withdrawal request to the Registrar’s Office.
"W” grades are not used in calculating a GPA. Course withdrawals with grades of “W” are used in determining a student’s academic load for the semester, upon which tuition charges are based. The student will be responsible for the tuition and fees for the course.
Exceptions to these deadlines may be granted by the Registrar in unusual circumstances, such as extreme illness or other circumstances beyond the student’s control. If a student is unable to withdraw for a specific reason (e.g., death, incapacitation, incarceration, hospitalization, etc.) an administrative grade change to “W” may be approved by the Registrar’s Office.