Dropping all of your summer classes in a given session—including your only Maymester or Augmester class—is considered a withdrawal. You can withdraw from each session in summer separately, meaning you can, for example, withdraw from a Maymester class but stay enrolled in a Session B class. Be sure to review the Summer Session calendars so you know the withdrawal deadlines for each session.
Note: Withdrawing from a session in summer will impact your tuition and fees. We encourage you to contact the Office of the Registrar at 303-492-6970 or email@example.com to discuss the financial implications of withdrawing from Summer Session.
How to Withdraw
Students can withdraw from summer session(s) by completing an online withdrawal form. For more information about the withdrawal process for degree-seeking students, visit the Withdrawal from a Semester or Session page or contact the Office of the Registrar at 303-492-6970 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Note: If you received a final grade for a Summer Session class (excluding W), you cannot withdraw from that session.
If you stop attending classes without officially dropping, you will receive a failing grade and be assessed full tuition and fees. If you plan to drop a class for a session but remain enrolled in other classes in the same session, please review the information in the Add/Drop section.
Withdraw Penalties and Refunds
You may be assessed financial penalties for withdrawing from all of your Summer Session classes. Nonattendance does not constitute withdrawal and you may still be charged for your classes unless you officially withdraw before the posted deadlines. Visit the Session Calendar section for each session’s withdrawal deadlines.
If you qualify for a withdrawal refund, it will be directly deposited into your bank account or mailed to you approximately four weeks after you withdraw. This includes if you take a leave of absence. You can set up direct deposit in MyCUInfo before you leave or update your permanent address to be sure you receive your refund.