Students finding it necessary to withdraw from the University after having selected classes for a future term should log into PipelineMT and use RaiderNet to drop all classes. Students may wish to consult with the University College Advising Center to determine if withdrawing is in their best interest.
A student may also initiate the official withdrawal process at the University College
Advising Center located in the McFarland Bldg. Consult the Registration Guide for each term to determine whether the withdrawal should be accomplished by RaiderNet
or through the University College Advising Center.
Students wishing to drop or withdraw prior to the semester beginning may log on to RaiderNet and drop classes from the Add or Drop classes link.
Prior to August 26th, drop with no grade and 100% fee adjustment
August 26th thru September 6th, drop with no grade and 75% fee adjustment
September 7th thru September 20th, drop with grade of W and 25% fee adjustment
September 21 thru October 29th, drop with grade of W and no fee adjustment
October 30th drop with a grade of W or F as determined by instructors
After the "W" deadline until the last day of final exams for the enrolled term, student can have a drop form signed by instructors and department head to receive "W" in the course. It is important to not that not all departments will allow students to drop after the "W" deadline. In this case students will receive the grade earned. Completed drop forms should be submitted to the Scheduling Center (JUB 123) or the University College Advising Center through the dates listed below for the term enrolled unless the student is dropping their only remaining course for the entire summer. If a student is dropping their only course, the signed drop form should be submitted to the University College Advising Center in the McFarland Building.
Please be aware that a fee adjustment at any stage does not mean that you will be getting a refund. If you have any financial aid the money owed will need to be returned to the lenders.
After the final exam period for the term, students are not allowed to drop/withdrawal from classes unless they can provide documentation of extenuating circumstance. Student should take all documentation to the University College Advising Center in the McFarland Building or email firstname.lastname@example.org to inquire about the possibility of a withdrawal.
Other Withdrawal Tips...what else should I know?
If students have extenuating circumstances and need to withdraw after the Withdrawal date, i.e. medical, death in family, they should fax or bring the appropriate documentation to substantiate the extenuating circumstances to the University College Advising Center.
Students may contact each instructor, to let them know they are withdrawing from the current semester. If a student withdraws after the deadline, the date of the withdrawal will show in the "Status" section of the paper final grade roster (WD & Date) and that instructor will have the option of assigning a grade of "W" or "F" on that roll.
Any student who leaves the University without officially withdrawing will receive a grade of F for all work attempted.