Withdrawal from a Course

Full-time and part-time student may withdraw from a full semester course prior to the ninth week of classes (please check the current semester's calendar for exact date).  Students may withdraw from eight-week courses prior to the sixth week of classes. Such withdrawal is recorded as a "W" on the transcript. 

A student can withdraw from a course online via BannerWeb Services or in person in the Registrar's Office, Wintergreen Building.  It is understood that every student should confer with his or her instructor and academic adviser prior to withdrawing from a course. 

Withdrawals after the nine-week period (please check the current semester's calendar for exact date) may be done with the consent of the instructor.  Late course withdrawals are to be viewed as exceptions to the general policy.  In a case where the instructor feels a late withdrawal is justified, the instructor should obtain fill out a Late Course Withdrawal Form available in the Registrar's Office.  Late Course Withdrawals cannot be submitted after the last scheduled class meeting.

For more information please consult the current course schedule. 

Withdrawal from University 

Undergraduate withdrawal

An undergraduate student who wants to withdraw from the university officially should consult the Registrar's Office in the Wintergreen Building. The retention officer will discuss the withdrawal with the student and will also make a preliminary evaluation of readmission possibilities. The student will then complete an official withdrawal form. Students who are withdrawing should carefully note the following:

Withdrawal Form - (Undergraduates only)

Graduate withdrawal

Graduate students seeking to withdraw from the university can obtain the appropriate forms on the Graduate Studies link.

Contact Information:
Monica G. Raffone
Acting Associate Registrar
Wintergreen Building
Southern Connecticut State University
Phone: (203) 392-6194, Fax: (203) 392-7144
Raffonem1@southernct.edu


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Revised: 4/12/13