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If you are dropping all your classes, see Withdraw from the Semester.
Note: UNT is closed January 21 in observance of Martin Luther King, Jr Day
|January 14 - January 28, 2013||Instructor approval not required.
Students may drop courses during this period without instructor approval online at my.unt.edu or at the Registrar's Office in the Eagle Student Services Center at the following times:
|January 29 - February 22, 2013||Instructor approval required.
Automatic W assigned. Students may drop a course at the Registrar's Office in the Eagle Student Services Center at the following times:
|February 25 - March 26, 2013||Instructor approval required.
W or WF may be assigned Students may drop a course at the Registrar's Office in the Eagle Student Services Center at the following times:
|February 25 - April 19, 2013||Instructors may drop students with a grade of WF for nonattendance.|
Effective Fall 2012, students wanting to withdraw from the semester (drop ALL courses for the semester) must do so at the Dean of Student's Office.
The following chart shows important dates related to withdrawal:
|Registration - January 28, 2013||Registration for the semester is noted on the student's transcript, but individual courses are not listed.|
|Januray 29 - February 22, 2013||An automatic grade of W is assigned.|
|February 25 - April 19, 2013||A grade of W or WF is assigned for all courses as appropriate. Refer to the Graduate or Undergraduate catalog for more information.|
See Tuition and Fee Information for withdrawal and drop refund information.
If a student officially withdraws, unofficially withdraws, ceases attendance, or is administratively withdrawn from UNT, he or she will owe a repayment of the financial aid funds to the program(s) from which they (or their parents) were awarded (thus owing a debt to the university).
Federal regulations require post-secondary institutions to calculate the amount of Title IV funds (aid) earned during the term from which the student withdrew or ceased attending. Factors to consider in the calculation include: date of withdrawal, the total amount of Title IV aid eligibility, tuition and fee charges, room and board charges (if applicable), and class attendance. Please view Student Financial Aid and Scholarship's policy on Withdrawing from the University by visiting http://financialaid.unt.edu/withdrawing-university.