Skip to main content

Withdrawals

A student is eligible to withdraw from a course, or courses, beginning with the first day of class. However, the last day to withdraw from a class is at the 75% point in a semester. Any refunds due to a withdrawal are associated with the time in the semester which the withdrawal occurred. See The Registrar's Timeline of Critical Dates.

Note that withdrawal from a course (or courses) may have a significant negative impact on the following:

  • the student's academic progress 
  • opportunities for academic honors,
  • finances and financial aid, 
  • housing arrangements, and
  • athletic eligibility.

Students intending to transfer to a State of Texas institution of higher education should bear in mind the six course withdrawal regulation.

To Withdraw from a Course:

  1. Complete the Withdrawal from a Course form (found under Registrar Forms).
  2. Secure the appropriate signatures.
  3. Turn in form to the Registrar's Office (3rd floor of Marshall Hall).

To Withdraw from the University:

  1. Visit the Office of Academic Success (3rd floor of Marshall Hall).
  2. Secure the university withdrawal form which is only available in person.
  3. Complete the exit interview.
  4. Secure appropriate signatures and turn in form to the Registrar's Office (3rd floor of Marshall Hall).