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Drop or Withdrawal from a Course

What does this mean? The term "drop" refers to an action taken by a student during the drop period to discontinue enrollment in a course. The term "withdraw" refers to an action taken by a student to discontinue enrollment in a course after the drop period but prior to the withdrawal deadline.

Applies to: Undergraduate, graduate, post-baccalaureate, and non-degree undergraduate level students
Professional level students (Dentistry, Law, Medicine, Pharmacy, Podiatric Medicine): Contact your advisor for assistance with registration

To drop or withdraw from one or more course(s):
1. Sign-in to TUportal.
2. Click on the MyCourses tab.
3. Select the term.
4. Click on the course.
5. Click on the Details icon to view the course information.
6. The drop and withdrawal deadlines will appear in the registration card.
7. The Drop/Withdraw button will appear as appropriate. Click on the drop/withdraw button to initiate the request.
8. You will receive a confirmation upon submission.

If you contact your advisor for assistance, your advisor may recommend that you facilitate the change via MyCourses. Drop or withdrawal requests submitted after the deadline will not be accepted.

Other information
When dropping a course:
* The course will not appear on your transcript.
* Credits hours will be reduced.
* Enrollment time status may change (full-time to part-time, etc.).
* Semester bill may change if dropping below full-time status.
* Financial aid may change.
* Check with your advisor or Student Financial Services for other considerations.

When withdrawing from a course:
* The course will appear on your transcript with a "W" grade notation.
* Credits hours will remain unchanged.
* Enrollment time status will not change.
* Semester bill will remain unchanged.
* Financial aid may change.
* Withdrawal may impact visa status for international students.
* Withdrawal may impact G.I. Bill benefits amount.
* Check with your advisor or Student Financial Services for other considerations.


Relevant information:
Replace a course- replace a registered course with another.
Drop and withdrawal deadlines for each parts of term.
Discontinuing from courses policy section of the bulletin.
Tuition and fees section of the bulletin.