A student on scholastic probation can withdraw from the university without academic penalty within the first twenty day of class. If student on scholastic probation withdraws from the university after the twentieth days of class they will be subject to scholastic dismissal.
An ill student whose illness precludes class attendance may pursue a current semester withdrawal through University Health Services. Students with mental health issues may pursue a current semester medical withdrawal through the Counseling and Mental Health Center. Students are strongly encouraged to meet with an academic advisor in the Student Division (GEB 2.306) to discuss their medical withdrawal options.
In rare circumstances, students may pursue a medical withdrawal for a previous semester, generally the immediately preceding semester. Students are strongly encouraged to meet with an academic advisor in the Student Division (GEB 2.306) to discuss the option of a retroactive medical withdrawal.