How to Officially Withdraw

There is more than one way to officially withdraw from the University:

  • Complete the Withdrawal Form for the semester in which you wish to withdraw (located in the Resources for Withdrawing sidebar) or
  • Withdraw by default by never registering for classes or 
  • Withdraw by dropping all classes before first drop deadline in MyCUInfo. See Add/Drop Courses for more information. 

Some important things to consider when considering to withdraw are:

  • It is strongly recommended that students check with their advisor to determine degree requirements that may be unfulfilled by withdrawing.
  • Nonattendance does not constitute withdrawal, nor is it the responsibility of a professor to drop a student from a class for nonattendance. If a student stops attending a class, the student remains liable for all applicable tuition and fees and will receive a failing grade.
  • Non-degree students who are enrolled only through the Division of Continuing Education and Professional Studies must withdraw from that campus separately.
  • Military personnel ordered to active duty or national or state emergency relief workers, see military withdrawal procedures


Dear Student,

If you intend to graduate in May 2014, be sure to complete all the items below by the dates listed.

Do you need enrollment verification for Spring 2014? Good news! You can now obtain one without a trip to the Registrar’s office!

Welcome back! As classes start next week, remember the following dates for adding and dropping courses. Unless otherwise noted, all deadlines below end at 11:59 p.m. on the day listed.

Dear Student,

If you intend to graduate in December 2013, be sure to complete all the items below by the dates listed.

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