Withdrawing From the University
NOTIFICATION TO THE INSTRUCTOR DOES NOT CONSTITUTE A WITHDRAWAL. Students wishing to withdraw (drop ALL classes) must initiate the process with their assigned advisor. If it is not possible for a student to meet with their advisor in person, they may make an appointment and they will be accommodated telephone or virtual meeting. The withdrawal process is different than simply dropping a course. There are financial aid and refund policies to consider. For example, if a student wished to withdraw before the 4th class day in a summer term or the 12th class day in a fall or spring term, there will not be a record of enrollment. Withdrawing after the 4th/12th class day will create an academic record. All classes will reported with a grade of “W”.
***Financial Aid recipients are encouraged to contact 432.837.8050, option 5 to discuss withdrawing and effects on their Financial Aid.***
Students who receive financial aid and resign from the University may be required to repay a portion of tuition based on the date of their withdrawal.
Academic Calendar – check the final withdrawal deadline listed on the calendar.
Withdrawal refund deadline information can be found on Cashier’s web page or contact the Cashier’s Office at (432) 837-8047.
Access the Online Withdrawal Form here.
If you prefer, you may open and print the paper withdrawal form. Completed forms must be delivered to the Office of the Registrar.
- Print out a Withdrawal Form, fill it out and deliver the completed form to the Office of the Registrar or email to firstname.lastname@example.org.