Procedures for Withdrawing from Courses
If you are withdrawing from one or all of your courses (after the refund period has ended for any term) written notification to the Office of Records and RegistrationÂ is needed.Â Â It is in your best interest to have a conversation with your professor BEFORE you withdraw.Â See below for how to start the withdrawal process.Â Before the start of the term, you can drop your classes online throughÂ Web Advisor or Titans Direct
If you receive Financial Aid please review the Withdrawal Policy for Financial Aid RecipientsÂ for important information.
Please note there is a $10.00 fee per withdrawn course.
Ways you canÂ start the process:
- Discuss your intent to withdraw with your professor
- Withdrawal Forms can beÂ downloaded/printed and scanned to email@example.com
- A Withdrawal Form can be picked up outside of the Records and Registration Office (SCC 220) and handed in at the window.
- TheÂ student can send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org with the following information in the email- this method SHOULD NOT be used if you are withdrawing from all of your courses.
Subject of the email should be â€śWithdrawal from Courseâ€ť â€“ this will make it easy to identify for processing.
The last date of attendance will be posted as the date that the Withdrawal Form is received in the Office ofÂ Records and Registration unless the faculty member indicates a different date. This email will serve as confirmation that the student has withdrawn from the course.
It is important to note that withdrawal requests will only be honored if they are received by the deadline.
18SP2W â€“ January 26
18SP2M â€“ February 9
18SP5E â€“ February 12
18SP8E â€“ February 27
18SP2L â€“ March 2
18SP16 â€“ April 16
18SP14 â€“ April 17
18SP10 â€“ April 26
18SP8LÂ â€“Â May 1