Dropping or Withdrawing

You should check with your advisor and the financial aid office be fore dropping or withdrawing from a class. Drops or withdrawals from a class can be processed by an advisor in the Academic Advising Center, by a faculty advisor, by registrar staff in N. Shepler, Room 201, or at CU-Duncan.


DROPPING
You may drop a class on or before the last day to drop with a full refund. Classes dropped during
this period will not appear on your transcript.

WITHDRAWING FROM A CLASS WITH AN AUTOMATIC W
You may withdraw from a class on or before the last date to withdraw with an automatic W.


WITHDRAWING FROM A CLASS WITHOUT AN AUTOMATIC W
If you drop after the last date to withdraw with an automatic W but on or before the last date to
withdraw, it is the instructor’s discretion as to whether the grade assigned will be a W or an F.
You must obtain the instructor’s signature with the assigned grade on a drop slip and process the
withdrawal with the Office of the Registrar in N. Shepler 201, or at CU-Duncan.


COMPLETE WITHDRAWAL
You may withdraw from all classes on or before the last date to withdraw. A complete withdrawal
can be processed by an advisor in the Academic Advising Center, the faculty advisor, by Registrar
staff in N. Shepler, Room 201 or at CU-Duncan.


IMPORTANT NOTE - Non-attendance or ceasing to attend a class does not constitute official withdrawal. To officially withdraw from the University, follow the procedures listed on the enrollment information webpage. It is your responsibility to complete the withdrawal process. Grades will be assigned in accordance with the university catalog. You may not withdraw during the last two weeks of a semester or proportionate period of other sessions. If because of unavoidable circumstances a you are unable to personally complete the withdrawal process, you should contact the Registrar’s Office by mail or by phone for assistance.