Office of the Registrar

 

Withdrawing

To officially withdraw from all or some courses, students must log onto their student account through Towson Online Services before the term deadline (see Academic Calendar).


Students who withdraw from classes after the withdrawal deadline must write a letter of appeal to the Academic Standards Committee including your name, TU I.D., address, phone number, TU email address, course name/number/section and semester, supporting documentation (medical, legal, etc.) and an explanation of appeal.


ADDITIONAL INFORMATION FOR WITHDRAWING

  • Students can not withdraw from a course through instructors or departments.
  • Students withdrawing after the Change of Schedule period, but before the Withdrawal Deadline, will receive a "W" grade, which does not affect averages or academic totals.
  • Students who fail to officially withdraw will receive an FX grade.

  • Talk to a financial aid officer and your insurance carriers before dropping below full time status. You could lose financial aid and/or insurance coverage.

          -Undergraduate students are considered full time with 12 units.
          -Graduate students are considered full time with 9 units. 



 

Office of the Registrar

Enrollment Services Center, Room 223

Phone: 410-704-2701

Fax: 410-704-2006

 

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