To withdraw from all courses, that is, resign from college, students must report either to their faculty academic advisor, their major division chairperson, or the Records Office and process a withdrawal request. One part of the process is an exit interview with the faculty advisor or the major division chairperson. If circumstances make it impossible for students to present themselves on campus, a written request to withdraw will suffice. Students who fail to officially withdraw will receive the grade of F in all courses for which they are registered.
Students who drop a course or withdraw from the College after the date published in the Catalog as the last day to drop a course or withdraw from the College without penalty will receive a grade of WF for all courses involved. The only exceptions are in cases of hardship as determined by the Vice President for Academic Affairs or his designated representative. Verification of hardship will be required.