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Seattle University utilizes an early warning system that is designed to connect struggling students with faculty, advisors, and campus resources. Faculty can submit academic alerts for students in their classes who are not attending regularly or are experiencing urgent personal concerns or issues. If you are issued an academic alert, you will receive notification from an advisor in the Academic Advising Support Center and will be prompted to connect with your academic advisor and the faculty member who issued the academic alert.
After the withdrawal deadline, withdrawal status from classes will only be approved in the case of hardship. A Hardship Withdrawal is granted by the Assistant Dean for Student Academic Support, only for reasons relating to death of a family member, catastrophic illness in the family, or an illness and/or an injury to the student. Hardship Withdrawals may be granted for any number of classes in a quarter. In addition, students granted a Hardship Withdrawal may be required to take additional action before being allowed to re-enroll in a following term.
In order to be eligible for a Hardship Withdrawal students must complete the following steps:
More information about the Hardship Withdrawal policy and process is available under the hyperlink "Withdrawal" on the policies page of the Registrar's website. If you intend to pursue a tuition refund, please refer to that policy on the same website.