Withdrawing from a Course After Add/Drop

You may withdraw from a course after the add/drop period and receive a grade of “W” through the last date of withdrawal for the term. Please refer to the academic calendar for current term dates.

Withdrawing after add/drop is typically reserved for extended illness or personal emergency, both require documentation and result in a grade of "X." A low or failing grade is not a reason to withdraw after the add/drop period. For more information about withdrawal, see the Online Academic Catalog under Administrative Course Withdrawal.

Withdrawal from a course or courses may have implications for degree progress, financial aid, health insurance and more. 

To withdraw from the university, please view the withdrawal instructions.