Students may withdraw from a class or the University in instances of serious health or personal problems beyond your control. You cannot drop a class or classes after the end of the Add/Drop period, but you can withdraw beginning the third week of classes, but prior to the seventh week deadline. Withdrawal refers to official termination of enrollment in a class after the Add/Drop period. See the Important Dates web page for more information.
If you are receiving financial aid, be sure to consult with a counselor in the Office of Financial Aid as some types of aid must be repaid in the event of a withdrawal.
IMPORTANT: To understand your options and the impacts of withdrawal, carefully read the University catalog section on "Withdrawing From a Course" as well as the supporting information listed on this page.
The Withdrawal procedure listed below is for students wishing to withdraw from state-supported undergraduate courses in the College of Business & Economics ONLY. Undergraduate courses that are part of the Online Business Degree Program (self-supported courses, sections 20SS or 21SS) should be directed to the Online Business Degree Program Office in VBT 358, 364 and 365. They can also be contacted at (510) 885-3376 or firstname.lastname@example.org.