Stop Before You Drop
We know that the changes brought about by COVID-19, both in your classes and your personal lives, are challenging. It's only natural to consider withdrawing from some or all of your classes.
However, before you do so, we want to make sure you have some conversations and understand implications, in order to make the best informed decisions.
Consider taking these actions before you process a course withdrawal. Find the last day to drop your class.
Let's Talk Before You Drop
If you're experiencing a financial emergency
If you're facing a financial emergency that's making you consider withdrawing from your class, apply to our Student Emergency Assistance Fund to see if we can help.
Talk to your professor
Make sure you understand how you're doing in the course, how final grades are being calculated, and the academic support resources available to you.
Talk to an academic advisor
Ask your advisor how a course withdrawal impacts progress toward your educational goals and your course registration for next term. Chat with an academic advisor via the chat bubble on our academic advising page.
Talk to a financial aid representative
If you receive financial aid, talk to a financial aid representative to see if you will be expected to return any financial aid funds dispensed earlier in the term, if this impacts your Satisfactory Academic Progress, and if it will affect any future financial aid.
Updated August 13, 2021