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3.4.3 Administrative Withdrawal

A student may be administratively withdrawn from the university when it is determined that the student has a condition which (a) causes the student to be unable to meet institutional requirements for admission and continued enrollment, (b) causes the student to interfere with the rights of other members of the university community or its personnel, or (c) poses a significant danger or threat of physical harm to the student or to the person or property of others. Either the student or the university can initiate an administrative withdrawal.

Student-initiated withdrawal

Students who seek to obtain a withdrawal after the approved withdrawal date must complete a Request for Health/Hardship Leave of Absence Petition to the dean of students for review or they will automatically receive grades of WF. Student-initiated withdrawals do not include any conditions for future registration. Examples include health-related withdrawal and hardship withdrawal.

University-initiated withdrawal

A student may be the subject of a university-initiated withdrawal from the university when 1) the student has received a student conduct sanction during a semester which would prevent the student from completing the semester or 2) it is determined, in the judgment of the vice president for student affairs, that the student is a threat to her/himself and/or others or results in a significant disruption to the university community.

Students involved in university-initiated withdrawal have the opportunity to present their position and any relevant information prior to a final decision concerning continued enrollment at the university. University-initiated withdrawals follow the same guidelines, procedures, and due process as the student conduct hearing process outlined in the student handbook.

This process will follow the same guidelines, procedures, and due process as the student conduct hearing process that is outlined in the student handbook.

Students must complete all the conditions outlined within the university-initiated withdrawal. In order to be eligible to register for future terms, students must complete the Request for Re-Enrollment Form. The conditions for reapplication to the university will remain for students who have not been in attendance for three or more consecutive semesters. Please see submission requirements. Examples include withdrawal based on student conduct suspension; withdrawal based on academic misconduct suspension; and withdrawal based on behavior intervention team recommendation to the vice president for student affairs.

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