In the summer, students may only add or drop a course before the first day of the course. For online courses the first day is considered May 26, 2020. After the first day of a given course, students may only withdraw based on the withdrawal and refund deadlines below.


Drop, Withdrawal and Refund Deadlines for Summer Session I Courses

5 Week Online Courses, Summer Session I

  • Classes start: week of  May 25
  • Last day to withdraw: June 14
Withdrawal Deadline % Refunded
Drop before May 26 (first day of class) 100% refund
Withdraw between May 26 – May 29 (1st week) 80% refund
Withdraw between June 1 – June 5 (2nd week) 40% refund
Withdraw between June 10 – June 14 (3rd week) 0% refund

Eight Week Online Courses

  • Classes start: week of  May 25
  • Last day to withdraw: June 19
Withdrawal Deadline % Refunded
Drop before May 26 (first day of class) 100% refund
Withdraw between May 26 – May 29 (1st week) 80% refund
Withdraw between June 1 – June 5 (2nd week) 40% refund
Withdraw between June 10 – June 14 0% refund

Internships

  • Start: Week of June 1
  • Last day to withdraw: July 3
Withdrawal Deadline % Refunded
Drop before June 1 (first day) 100% refund
Withdraw between June 1 – June 12 80% refund
Withdraw between June 15 – June 19 60% refund
Withdraw between June 22 – June 26 40% refund
Withdraw between June 29 - July 3 20% refund

Drop, Withdrawal and Refund Deadlines for Summer Session II Courses

5 Online Week Courses, Summer Session II

  • Classes start: week of July 6
  • Last day to withdraw: July 24
Withdrawal Deadline % Refunded
Drop before July 6 (first day of class) 100% refund
Withdraw between July 6 – July 10 (1st week) 80% refund
Withdraw between July 13 – July 17 (2nd week) 40% refund
Withdraw between July 20 – July 24 (3rd week) 0% refund

How to Withdraw

To withdraw from a course, students must complete and sign a Course Withdrawal Form. Course Withdrawal Forms are available from the Office of Academic Services & Advising.  Please contact the Office for assistance with withdrawing.

Merely ceasing to attend classes or notifying the instructor does not constitute official withdrawal. Students who do not officially withdraw, are dismissed or simply stop attending will receive a failing grade for the course and forfeit all rights to a refund.

Contact Information:

Duffy Academic Center – 112

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