Students who wish to withdraw from a course must submit a Course Withdrawal Form signed by the course instructor before the Course Withdrawal Deadline. Students must complete a withdrawal form indicating their desire to withdraw from the specified course, ceasing to attend classes or notifying the instructor does not constitute official withdrawal.
- Course Withdrawal Forms must be picked up in the Office of Academic Services & Advising, Duffy 104.
The last day to withdraw from courses is listed on the Academic Calendar for each semester.
For information on how a course withdrawal may impact financial aid eligibility, please consult with the Office of Student Financial Assistance.
We value and support each student's academic journey and believe all students contribute to the community in their own meaningful way. For that reason we always regret when students choose to end their enrollment at the College. Those that are considering a voluntary withdrawal from Stonehill are strongly encouraged to make an appointment with an Assistant Director in the Office of Academic Services & Advising.
We invite students to engage in an informational interview so that we can better understand their relationship with the College and advise them on the options available to withdrawn students. Students may be contacted through our office if we are made aware of their potential interest in withdrawing. It is our hope to engage in a conversation regarding your wishes to withdraw and be supportive throughout the process. For voluntary medical withdrawals, please consult the Office of the Vice President for Student Affairs.
- College Withdrawal Forms: If you need a college withdrawal form, please call or email the Office of Academic Services & Advising at 508.565.1306 or email@example.com. Once the form is submitted, and advisor will reach out in order to finalize the withdrawal process. All students withdrawing from the College are required to complete the official withdrawal from.