Students may officially withdraw from the University up to the last day designated on the University calendar to drop classes.
Before initiating the withdrawal process, students should consult their advisor to discuss the reasons for the withdrawal and to develop a plan for the completion of the degree.
To withdraw from the University, a student must obtain a withdrawal form from the Office of Financial Aid or download one from the JCSU website.
The student should complete the form and take it to the Office of Financial Aid where a representative of the Financial Aid Office will sign the form and send a copy of the completed withdrawal form to the Office of the Registrar where the form will be placed in the student’s permanent record.
Failure to properly withdraw from the University will result in a grade of “F” for all courses for which the student enrolled that semester.
If a student receives all “F” grades and it is determined the student was an “UNOFFICIAL withdrawal” the Office of Financial Aid will use the student’s last date of attendance before performing any adjustments.