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Any graduate, law, graduate business* or undergraduate student who at any time
within the school year wishes to withdraw from the University should
contact the Office of the Registrar. To avoid failure in all classes
for the semester and in order to receive any financial adjustment,
the withdrawing student must obtain the appropriate clearance from
the Dean of his or her college and from the Assistant Vice President
for Residence Life.
On the first day of classes, a full tuition credit will be made.
Following the first day of classes, the tuition fee is subject to
a prorated adjustment/credit if the student (1) withdraws voluntarily
for any reason on or before the last day for course discontinuance
at the University, or (2) is suspended, dismissed, or involuntarily
withdrawn by the University, for any reason, on or before the last
day for course discontinuance at the University, or (3) is later obliged
to withdraw because of protracted illness, or (4) withdraws involuntarily
at any time because of military service, provided no credit is received
for the classes from which the student is forced to withdraw.
Upon return of the student forced to withdraw for military service,
the University will allow him or her credit for that portion of tuition
charged for the semester in which he or she withdrew and did not receive
Room and board charges will be adjusted/credited on a prorated basis
throughout the entire semester.
Students receiving University and/or Federal Title IV financial assistance
who withdraw from the University within the first sixty percent (60%)
of the semester are not entitled to the use or benefit of University
and/or Federal Title IV funds beyond their withdraw date. Such funds
shall be returned promptly to the entity that issued them, on a pro
rata basis, and will be reflected on the student's University account.
This Withdrawal Regulation may change subject to federal regulations.
Examples of the application of the tuition credit calculation are
available from the Office of Student Accounts upon request.
*Executive MBA students are subject to a different Withdrawal Regulation
and Tuition Credit Calculation, both of which may be obtained from
the Executive MBA Program.