Before you make the decision to withdraw, please contact one of the Withdrawal Coordinators. A Withdrawal Coordinator will meet with you to discuss your individual situation, hear your concerns and help you look at all your options. In order to withdraw you must follow the steps below.
If you are succeeding (D- or higher) in at least one of your courses, it is recommended that you don't withdraw from the semester.
Speak with a Withdrawal Coordinator immediately to discuss your options.
Course drop polices vary depending on the time of the semester.
See UM Catalog for details:
Warning: Not all courses are offered with a credit/no credit option
Warning: Major, minor and general education requirements must be taken for a traditional letter grade
Great alternative to dropping a course
Credit/no credit grades do not impact the GPA
Earn credit if you receive the equivalent to...
Consult with your instructor about the option of an incomplete.
May be eligible if you have been in attendance and doing passing work up to three weeks before the end of the semester.
May be eligible if, for reasons beyond your control (and are acceptable to the instructor), you have been unable...
Students who wish to leave school before the end of the term should officially withdraw through the Office of the Registrar in Lommasson 201, unless the reasons are medically related. Medical withdrawals for both campuses are obtained by contacting Student Health Services.
Federal loans will be...
Students who receive all failing or non-passing grades for a semester are assumed to have ceased attendance and are considered an "unofficial withdrawal." Further attendance will not be permitted until all federal funds are repaid in full unless the student can provide documentation from the...
It is possible that students on financial aid who withdraw from school may not receive refunds. Any potential refund will be applied first to University balances and second to grants or loans.
Students who do not complete a semester may be required to repay unearned federal aid. Repayments are prorated for the number of days the students were officially enrolled and are billed through Business Services. Students may not receive further financial aid until repayment is made.