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 (see 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 receives a failing grade.
  • Nondegree 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


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If you intend to graduate in December 2014, be sure to complete each item below by the date listed. To find out about your graduation requirements, contact your department or advisor.

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