Review the Important Dates Calendar for information regarding the last day to add/drop, last day to withdraw, and withdraw refund dates.
Dropping a course using Student Planning
Review the Academic & Important Dates calendar to review the deadlines for withdrawing from courses and your eligibility for a partial refund of your tuition. An official withdrawal from a course results in a “W” grade being assigned to your transcript. The “W” has no effect on your grade point average. If the course is required for your degree however, the “W” does count as an attempted course; you are limited to 2 repeats of an attempted course.
|1. Login to Student Planning|
2. Select 'Go to Plan and Schedule'
3. Find the course you are wanting to withdraw from and select 'Accept Terms & Drop/Withdraw'
4. Check all applicable courses and provide a reason. Select 'Update'.
|5. Refresh your browser to see the changes have been made.|
You may receive a percent of your tuition back based on the official date of withdrawal. The official date of withdrawal is the date you complete the withdrawal in Student Planning. When completing a withdrawal form, the official date of withdrawal is the date of the first signature by any official of the University or the last date of attendance as verified by the instructor. If your form does not require a university signature and a professor has not signed it, the withdrawal date is the date our office receives the form. Refund dates can be found on the Important Dates calendar on the Registrar's web site.
A Hardship Withdrawal Request request allows a student to withdraw from a class due to a hardship that no longer allows them to be a successful student in that class.
A Hardship Withdrawal Consent to Release Records request allows a student's records to be released, as well as allowing a health care specialist (student's physician, nurse, etc.) to support the students request for a hardship withdrawal.
In certain cases of hardship withdrawal for personal medical reasons, the student must apply for reinstatement to the university using the Hardship Withdrawal Reinstatement Support form.
Please see your advisor, major department office, or Dean's Office of your school or college for information on seeking a Hardship Withdrawal and/or submitting the form.
Student Leave of Absence is a form of withdrawal that encourages proactive management of a student’s temporary departure in order for a student to be successful academically at Seattle University. Please see your advisor, department's office, or Dean's Office of your school or college for information on seeking a Student Leave of Absence.