Students who are considering withdrawing from a course (or courses) should consider the following implications:
- Progress to graduation
- Financial aid
- Withdrawal limit
- Course attempts
- Meal plan
- Health insurance
- Student visa status (for international students)
- Veteran Benefits
- Athletic status
- Refund eligibility
Students can explore various options including a partial withdrawal with extenuating circumstances, which is one or more classes; or a full withdrawal with extenuating circumstances, which is the entire course load for the semester. A withdrawal due to extenuating circumstance is a withdrawal granted to those students who have experienced an event outside of their control that has impacted their academic life.
Be sure to meet with the appropriate campus representatives to review your situation. Students are responsible for adhering to deadlines regarding the Withdrawal with Extenuating Circumstances process. It is important to meet posted deadlines to ensure full and timely consideration of your request.
Partial Withdrawal with Exenuating Circumstances
A Partial Withdrawal with Extenuating Circumstances is for students who are trying to withdraw from SOME, but not all, of their classes in the current semester.
- Click here for more infornation and the process of submitting a Partial Withdrawal with Extenuating Circumstances
Full Withdrawal with Exenuating Circumstances
A Full Withdrawal with Extenuating Circumstances (Full WE) is for students who are trying to withdraw from ALL of their classes in the current semester.
- Click here for more information and the process of submitting a Full Withdrawal with Extenuating Circumstances.
Withdrawals from Previous Terms (Not a current term)
- Students wanting a WE from a previous term must submit an academic petition through their Banner Self-Service account.