4.02 Withdrawal/Addition of Classes

4.02-1 Course Changes

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Policy
http://www.bulletin.uga.edu/bulletin/acad/Courses.html#Changes

Sources:
  • University of Georgia Bulletin

4.02-2 Course Deletions

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Policy
http://www.bulletin.uga.edu/bulletin/acad/Courses.html#Deletions

Sources:
  • University of Georgia Bulletin

4.02-3 University Policy on Course Drops and Withdrawals

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Policy
http://bulletin.uga.edu/bulletin/ind/withdrawal1.html

Implementation
Students who wish to withdraw from a course should initiate the withdrawal procedure within the instructional department or with their advisor, if required by their college or school. Instructors who wish to withdraw a student from a course because of excessive absences should initiate the withdrawal procedure within the instructional department. (The term “excessive absences” is defined in the syllabus for the course.)

The instructional department should forward the completed withdrawal form with the instructor’s signature and grade assignment to the Registrar’s Office. Withdrawal forms for graduate students must be routed through the Graduate Records Office.

Sources:
  • University of Georgia Bulletin

4.02-4 Withdrawal Process

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Please see http://www.reg.uga.edu/policies/withdrawals for information on course and University withdrawal procedures. This includes applicable dates (pre- and post-midpoints) and refund schedule.

Sources:
  • Office of the Registrar

4.02-5 Withdrawal from the University

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Students who wish to withdraw from the University after the last day of the designated drop/add period for a term (or the last day of drop/add for the related summer session) should request the withdrawal option in OASIS (Online Access to the Student Information System). As with individual course withdrawals, a grade of W or WF must be assigned for University withdrawals initiated after the drop/add period. Students who withdraw from all classes within a specified period of time may be eligible for a refund based upon the date of withdrawal. For further information, please refer to the University Bulletin http://bulletin.uga.edu/bulletin/acad/Withdrawal.html .

Veterans and dependants of veterans who receive educational benefits must notify the Office of Veterans Education Benefits in the Registrar’s Office of any course load reductions.

A student against whom disciplinary charges are pending will not be permitted to withdraw from the University with a clear record until such charges shall have been resolved.

In general, a student voluntarily withdrawing may return later if scholastically eligible.

Sources:
  • University of Georgia Bulletin