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Withdrawal Policies

Leave of Absence

Graduate students may request a leave of absence from a program through written appeal to their advisors. The advisor will forward the request along with a recommendation to the Dean of the Faculty who will answer on behalf of the University. A student who does not register for courses for more than one calendar year must reapply for admission to the University and to the graduate degree program.


Withdrawal from Courses

After the date of dropping and/or adding courses, students are allowed until the end of the 14th week as of the beginning of a semester to withdraw from courses. “W” will be inscribed on their records. No withdrawal is allowed beyond this period. Withdrawal must be made by the deadline set for dropping a course. Late withdrawal may be accepted only in case of illness or circumstances beyond control.
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