An official withdrawal is defined as terminating enrollment in all registered courses for an academic semester.More information regarding financial and academic implications.
This will display "hover help" and the official date to drop and withdraw.
You can also see these important dates on your printed class schedule.
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Semester dates (PDF) Includes semester start, stop and break dates including summer session dates.
Holiday and faculty dates (PDF) Includes commencement, faculty duty, inservice, professional development and observed holidays.
You may add or drop a full-term course(s) via E-Services (View/Modify) through the fifth day of the semester.Dropping a course by the deadline means the course is removed from your class schedule, you are not financially responsible, and the course does not appear on your transcript.You may “withdraw” from full-session course(s) via E-Services (View/Modify) through the published date for the semester.Withdrawing from a course(s) means that you are no longer in the course but the course counts as “attempted” and a grade of “W” is given.You are still financially responsible for the course(s).You may officially withdraw from all courses through the published date.