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Need some advice? Need someone to help you identify alternatives? Many offices on campus provide services that can help you decide if withdrawing from UNC Charlotte is the best option for you. Click here for a printable list of the offices that may be able to assist you in making the best decision. Talk to them before you make your decision.
Withdrawing from UNC Charlotte may have significant academic and financial consequences, so:
What happens to your financial aid if you withdraw from the University? Please refer to the Satisfactory Academic Progress section of the Office of Student Financial Aid website to review the policy.
Students who drop all courses (officially withdraw from the University) may receive a full refund depending on the date of withdrawal. The amount of the withdrawal, if any, is subject to the Withdrawal Tuition & Fees Adjustment Schedule. Students assume academic and financial responsibility for the courses in which they enroll and are relieved of these responsibilities only by formally terminating enrollment.
Click here to submit your housing contract cancellation. IMPORTANT NOTE - Failure to complete this action may have financial consequences.
Withdrawing from the University may affect your Health Benefits. Please click here for additional information.
For students who are experiencing health or personal issues that are affecting their ability to stay in school, the University offers free and confidential counseling services and comprehensive health care services. More information on counseling is available at the counseling center's website and health care services at the student health website.
The Dean of Students Office works with students who experience a personal or medical crisis which prevents them from attending class for extended periods of time. Staff members are available to assist students and their families with withdrawals due to crisis situations. More information on the programs and services can be found at the Dean of Students Office.
OASES will gladly offer support to students who utilize our extended evening and weekend hours (Monday-Thursday 8:00 AM - 7:00 PM & Saturday 9:00 AM - 1:00 PM). Please visit the OASES website for student assistance on withdrawing.
For information regarding International student implications, please visit the International Student/Scholar Office website.
If a student-athlete completely withdraws from the University they will not be able to meet NCAA continuing eligibility requirements for the next semester. Consult the Athletic Academic Center before withdrawing.
Students considering withdrawing from the University and are enrolled in one of the University Career Center Experiential Learning 3500/6500 (internship) level courses or working as a Co-op/49ership as a part of the Experiential Learning Program should contact, prior to their withdrawal, the Career Center.
Students may withdraw from the University by accessing 49er Express. All withdrawn courses for the term will have grades of 'W' recorded on the official transcript. The deadlines may be found on the academic calendar. Any student who leaves the University for a period of one calendar year or longer must be readmitted to the University and will be required to meet degree requirements in effect at the time of return.
Graduate students should notify the Graduate Coordinator/Director of their program and their academic advisor in writing of their decision to withdraw. Similarly, graduate students are encouraged to confer with the Assistant Dean of Graduate Student Affairs in the Graduate School, regarding their intent to withdraw. Withdrawal from the University may have financial consequences for students with tuition awards and/or graduate assistantships.
Students using veteran benefits should contact the Veteran Service Office by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.