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  School of Criminal Justice 2021-2023 Academic Policies and Procedures Registration and Course Information Change of Registration and Withdrawals  

Change of Registration and Withdrawals

The schedule for any change of registration and of withdrawals without academic penalty is as follows:

1. Adding courses: from registration through the eighth calendar day of the semester

2. Dropping courses: from registration through the ninth week of classes. Courses dropped through the seventh calendar day of the semester are deleted from the student's record. Courses dropped from the eighth calendar day of the semester through the ninth week result in a W grade.

Withdrawal from the University: Before you begin the withdraw process, you are strongly encouraged to speak with your academic advisor(s). Your academic advisor along with other campus partners may be able to assist you with addressing the issues you may be facing. Withdrawing from courses during the semester may impact you in the a many of the following ways: academic progress, financial aid status, student accounting balance, eligibility for athletic competitions, housing & dining status, visa status and others. It is vital that you fully understand the impact moving to withdrawing from a semester.

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