Withdrawing from a course
To withdraw from a course, please follow the instructions listed in the course withdraw form below.
Students must complete one form for each course withdraw. Please review the specific policy in the course withdraw form concerning the allied science required courses for lecture and lab courses.
Students can then verify in their Self Service account that they have been withdrawn from that class. Please allow 24 hours on weekdays and 72 hours if the form is completed on the weekend.
How do I know that I was withdrawn from the class when I complete the form?
Students will need to review their Self Service account to confirm course withdraw status. No confirmation emails will be sent out when the form is completed. When a student is reviewing their Self Service accounts- any withdrawn classes will show as a ‘W’ (withdraw) Grade in their final grades for the term. The final grade of ‘W’ in Self Service is the confirmation that the withdraw has been processed.
If you are a full-time student and will fall below 12 credits after withdrawing from a course- please check with your financial aid officer in reference to how this could affect loans.
Student should refer to the Course Withdraw Policy for questions regarding the policy on course withdraws. The course withdraw policy is located within the Academic Regulations and Standards Section in the Neumann University Catalog.
Withdraw Date Deadlines for Spring 2023
Saturday, February 25th – Last Date to withdraw from Spring Mini-Term 1
Wednesday, March 29th - Last Date to withdraw from Spring courses
Monday, April 10th - Last Date to withdraw from Spring Mini-Term 2
Refer to the Academic Calendar for specific withdraw dates for all mini-term courses
Students withdrawing from Neumann University must come to the Office of the University Registrar to complete a University Withdrawal Form. Do not complete individual course withdraw forms if your intention is to withdraw from the University.
Students withdrawing from the University require an in-person visit to the University Registrar’s Office to complete a time sensitive form and will also require students to meet with their financial aid advisor to complete an exit interview and review financial obligations.