For information on withdrawing from a class or class absence, please refer to the following policies and forms. Clicking on any link in the list below takes users to a brief description of the policy/form and a link where it can be downloaded and printed.
Principles and procedures that support students' academic success, facilitate their participation in Division 1 sports, reduce scheduling conflicts, provide a framework for negotiating those that remain avoidable, and ensuring both the integrity of the academic process as well as the equitable treatment of our students.
This outlines a form of withdrawal that encourages proactive management
of a student’s temporary departure in order for a student to be successful academically in the long run at Seattle University.
When a student’s behavior associated with a medical condition interferes with University operations, the University may require that the student take a leave of absence to ensure the health and safety of the student or others, or to ensure the proper operation of the University. This policy outlines those circumstances.
Allows the student to withdraw from one or more classes in a given term due to a hardship and results in the assignment of an HW grade for each course for which the hardship withdrawal has been petitioned and approved.
This 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. If you are a student, please see your advisor, department's office, or Dean's Office of your school or college for information on seeking a Hardship Withdrawal.
This request allows a student's records to be released, as well as a second page that allows a health care specialist (student's physician, nurse, etc.) to support the students request for a hardship withdrawal. If you are a student, please see your advisor, department's office, or Dean's Office of your school or college for information on seeking a Hardship Withdrawal.
In certain cases of hardship withdrawal requiring reinstatement for personal medical reasons. The student must apply for reinstatement to the university. If you are a student, please see your advisor, department's office, or Dean's Office of your school or college for information on seeking a Hardship Withdrawal.
After four inactive quarters at Seattle University, a student will be withdrawn on the fourth quarter of non-attendance. To regain attendance to the university, a student must submit a readmission Application to the Office of Admissions.
Undergraduate students whose withdrawal from a course reduces total credits for the quarter below 12 credits, and all graduate students, will have tuition refunded as long as it is within the official withdraw period or if it is a hardship withdrawal.
This form allows a student to withdraw from a course and the current quarter, as long as it is before the last day to withdraw for the quarter. It also must be filled out by any student withdrawing completely from the University.
Explains the procedure of withdrawing from Seattle University, as well as the "W" grade that is awarded when doing so.