Graduate Catalog 2004-2005
Dismissal from a Course
The University reserves the right to withdraw any graduate student from any course when the student’s continuance is not in the interest of the student, the class, or the University. The dismissal of a graduate student from a course and the grade and/or notation in the official record are determined by the dean designate of the Graduate College and the vice president for academic affairs, after consultation with the instructor in the course. Students have the right of appeal as prescribed in the Student Affairs Handbook.
Cancellation of Registration
The student’s class schedule may be cancelled if the fees and charges are not paid prior to the beginning of each semester.
Withdrawal from the University
Students who wish to withdraw from the University in good standing must obtain the permission of the dean designate of the Graduate College. After classes begin, a student who drops all classes (even if enrolled for only one class) must withdraw from the University at the Graduate College. If a student leaves the University without proper notice and permission, he or she receives a grade of WF in all courses and is not entitled to any refund of fees.