Withdrawal for military service
If you are conscripted into the Armed Forces or called to active military duty during a quarter in which you are registered, you may either request to be withdrawn or request to receive credit or grades. Note: The military withdrawal policy does not apply to students who voluntarily enlist during a quarter.
If you withdraw before the end of the 7th week of the quarter
If you request to be withdrawn before the end of the 7th week of the quarter you may receive a full refund, if tuition and fees have been paid. You do not have the option of receiving credit or grades when withdrawing before the end of the 7th week of the quarter. You may send a letter requesting a military withdrawal or go to the Office of the Registrar to fill out a withdrawal card. A copy of your military orders must accompany any withdrawal for reason of military duty.
If you withdraw after the end of the 7th week of the quarter
If you withdraw after the end of the 7th week of the quarter, you may elect to use the above procedure and withdraw without earning credit but receive a full refund, or you may elect to receive credit and grades. If you choose to receive credit you may not receive a refund.
If you elect to receive credit or grades, you must send a letter requesting a military withdrawal or fill out a withdrawal card. In either instance, you must attach a copy of your military orders. The Graduation and Academic Records Office will contact each of the your instructors requesting grades. You may elect to have numeric grades recorded as by the instructor, or to have them recorded as CR/NC (credit or no credit).
You must also contact the Registrar's Office to request withdrawal.
Returning from military leave
You may apply to return using the returning student application; the fee will be waived.