Summer (June/July) 2020 Withdrawal Procedures
If you are an UNDERGRADUATE student taking a Summer (June/July) course and need to cancel ALL of your summer coursework PRIOR to June 1, click here.
UNDERGRADUATE students: Please see specific information about Cancelling/Withdrawing your Summer (June/July) 2020 courses here.
GRADUATE students: Please contact your advisor or academic school records office.
The last day to withdraw from the University is:
· Summer 1: June 24
· June A: June 10
· June B: June 25
· Summer 2: July 29
· July A: July 15
· July B: July 30
· Summer 3: July 29
Grades of W will be assigned and no refund given.
If an Undergraduate student needs to drop/withdraw AFTER the Summer (June/July) Session has begun, then he/she must contact their academic school of record to complete a Student Petition for Withdrawal / Cancellation form, secure approval from their academic dean, then the academic dean submits the form to the University Registrar. The effective date of the withdrawal is the date the Student Petition for Withdrawal is processed in the University Registrar’s Office. Discontinuance of class attendance or notification to the instructors of intention to withdraw does not constitute an official withdrawal. Students who reside in University housing must secure clearance from the Office of Residence Life and Student Housing.
Medical withdrawals provide a pro rata refund of tuition and fees, and have conditions that must be met prior to re-enrollment at SMU. Medical withdrawals can only be authorized by a licensed physician or psychologist/ counselor in the SMU Health Center. The University does not grant retroactive medical withdrawals. The last day a student can request a medical withdrawal is the last day of class instruction of the semester/term the student is requesting to withdraw from. Withdrawing students living in SMU housing must check out of the residence halls with Residence Life and Student Housing per established procedures. Contact the SMU Health Center for specific information regarding medical withdrawals. If a student is approved for a medical withdrawal for summer, it is for the entire summer term and not an individual summer session.
For specific information regarding tuition and fees refund rates for Withdrawal / Cancellation, please visithttp://www.smu.edu/EnrollmentServices/Bursar/Policies