FOR DROP/WITHDRAWAL DATE INFORMATION, VIEW THE IMPORTANT DATES CALENDAR.
Courses can only be dropped online or in person for 100% refund until the last business day of Late Registration (last day of the first week of classes). These dates will be shorter during the Spring and Summer semesters. Please reference the IMPORTANT DATES CALENDAR for the specific date.
Any withdrawal from a course after the last day of late registration will need to be completed in person at the counter of the Office of the Registrar on the first floor of Wickes Hall. You may also mail or fax (989-964-2555) a written course withdrawal request. The written request MUST include your signature and must be received in the Office of the Registrar by the posted deadline. Please reference the IMPORTANT DATES CALENDAR for these specific dates. Also, please keep a copy of the fax or hard copy letter for your own files. EMAILS WILL NOT BE ACCEPTED.
Partial refunds for course withdrawals are available early in the semester and result in a ‘W’ grade. The withdrawal process involving refunds must take place in person and completed at the counter of the Office of the Registrar. Please reference IMPORTANT DATES CALENDAR for these specific dates.
FINANCIAL REFUNDS ARE NOT AVAILABLE AFTER THE LAST DAY TO WITHDRAW WITH A 25% REFUND.
Withdrawals after the no refund date are possible until the end of the withdrawal period. After the close of the withdrawal window, instructors will assign grades as appropriate at the end of the semester.
Withdrawal forms can be obtained from the Office of the Registrar.
Also, please note that if a course withdrawal results in a course schedule that is less than 12 credits, your financial aid will likely be affected. If this is the case, and you are receiving financial aid, please confer with the Campus Financial Services Center before withdrawing from any classes: 964-4900 or email@example.com.
It is the student’s responsibility to officially withdraw from a course within the deadlines posted on IMPORTANT DATES CALENDAR. Not attending class or telling a professor about the intention to withdraw will not substitute for this obligation.