Academic Policies and Graduation Requirements
Date Approved and/or Revised
August 26, 2013, February 21, 2018 (revised)
Withdrawing from Courses. Students who find it necessary to withdraw from the School of Law before the end of a fall or spring semester or a summer term must complete the withdrawal process by the last class day for that semester or term. A partial refund may be available if a student withdraws, depending on the class day of the semester or term when the withdrawal occurs, consistent with federal policies. Students who withdraw by the 30th class day of a fall or spring semester and the 15th class day of a summer term will receive a grade of "W" for all enrolled courses. A student who withdraws after these deadlines but by the last class day will receive a "W" or "WF," at the discretion of the instructor. Failure to withdraw by the last class day of the semester or term will result in the student receiving grades of "F" for all courses.
Students who wish to withdraw should start the process by meeting with the law school Registrar.