University College

University College

Withdrawal from the University

Definitions

Withdrawal -- To remover ALL classes from your schedule after completing registration for a single semester and receive a grade of W for all courses on the transcript

Six-Drop Limit -- Any student who entered a Texas public institution of higher education as a first-time undergraduate in the Fall 2007 or later may drop no more than six classes for academic reasons during his or her academic career

Withdrawal Policy

Effective May/Summer terms 2006, a student may withdraw from all courses, from the first class day until a point in time two-thirds of the way through the semester/term, by contacting their major academic department (or the University Advising Center for undeclared students) for appropriate advisement and removal from the coursework.

For students who entered a Texas public institution of higher education as a first-time freshman in fall 2007 or later, withdrawn courses do not count against the 6-dropped course limit imposed by Texas Education Code 51.907. Students may not withdraw from the University after the tenth week (i.e. last drop day) in a regular session or comparable time period in shorter sessions.

See Academic Regulations in the Undergraduate Catalog for more information.

Undeclared and freshman students that are currently enrolled:  If you would like to withdraw from the university, please schedule an appointment to speak with an advisor or call 817-272-3140.