It is the student’s responsibility to notify the University in the event that they need to withdraw from the University.
Students who choose to withdraw from the University must:
Please be advised that the date of filing of the Withdrawal from the University form is considered the date of withdrawal from the class(es) and the University.
Ceasing to attend classes does not constitute as a withdrawal from the University; students must officially withdraw by filling out the Withdrawal from the University form in their Dean’s office. Ceasing to attend without officially withdrawing will result in the student receiving grades for all coursework, possibly failing grades. A “W” designation will only be assigned to coursework upon official withdrawal from the University.
Undergraduate students may take up to two completely free electives under a pass/fail option. The purpose of this option is to encourage choice of challenging electives, including those outside the student’s major. Students must request this option, within 3 weeks after the course begins, in their Dean’s Office. When the pass/fail option is chosen, the student’s final grade will be recorded as S for Satisfactory or U for Unsatisfactory. Either grade will not affect the cumulative grade point average. A satisfactory grade will count for course credits and fill any requirements for graduation. An unsatisfactory grade will not count for course credits and will not fill any requirements for graduation.