OverviewNo students may withdraw themselves from all courses at any point in time (this is considered a University Withdrawal). Students are, however, able to withdraw themselves from all courses, except the last remaining course for the semester within the designated withdrawal period.
ALL Those students wishing to withdraw from registered courses should withdraw from all but one course online, then complete the Last Class Withdrawal via MyUWF to complete and finalize the withdrawal process.
Withdrawing from courses may affect a student's financial aid and/or excess hours.
Students with a minimum hour restriction are required to maintain a certain number of hours due to your current status (athlete, veteran, international student, academic probation, etc.); seeUnderstanding Minimum/Maximum Semester Hour Restrictions.
Students should not attempt to drop or withdraw from any course in which he/she is going through the Academic Misconduct process. If the student does remove themselves from the course, the student will be manually re-added to the course by the Office of the Registrar pending a final decision from Student Affairs.
To Withdraw from a Course:
- Search for, then select the Registration Menu app in MyUWF. Then, click on the "Registration" link.
- Select the "Register for Classes" option.
- Select the term which you want to Withdraw and enter your Alternate Pin. Then, click "Continue".
- From the drop down box, select the "Withdrawal" option. Then, Click "Submit".
- The Current Schedule page should now reflect that you have successfully withdrawn from the course.
To Withdraw from ALL Courses (University Withdrawal)
Complete the steps to withdraw from all courses except one final course. Complete the Last Class Withdrawal via MyUWF (see Overview section at the top of this page).
Medical Withdrawal Process
To qualify for a medical withdrawal, the student is required to complete and submit the Request for Medical Withdrawal Form with supporting documentation to the Dean of Students office (DSO), Building 21/Room 130.
The DSO will review the documentation and determine whether the criteria for a medical withdrawal have been met. The student will receive email notification once the decision has been made. The medical withdrawal process normally takes 10 to 14 working days.
For specific information pertaining to require documentation and policies related to Medical Withdrawals, please see the Medical Withdrawal section in the Catalog.