Voluntary Medical Withdrawal

Service Overview

Use the forms at right to:

  • Request a medical withdrawal from the University
  • Appeal the denial of your medical withdrawal request
  • Re-enroll following a medical withdrawal from the University

We encourage any student who is considering a voluntary medical withdrawal to speak with someone in their Dean's office to determine all of their options before making a final decision.

A withdrawal can be considered a “medical withdrawal” if a student cannot continue in classes or finish academic requirements during a term for reasons related to the student’s physical and/or mental health. In most cases, a medical withdrawal will be a withdrawal from all courses in which the student is registered, though partial withdrawals may be appropriate in some cases.

Please note:

  • A request for medical withdrawal is not a guarantee. OLR reviews all information and issues a formal determination via the student’s University email account.
  • The medical withdrawal process does not dismiss/waive any legal, disciplinary, housing, meal plan, or other student responsibilities to the university.

Please remember, a student can withdraw from individual classes during the semester through the regular withdrawal options outlined on the Flyer Student Services page under Your Classes > Academic Catalog.

Available To

  • Students who’ve registered a documented disability with the Office of Learning Resources (OLR)

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Re-enroll following a medical withdrawal from the University Request a medical withdrawal from the University

Details

Service ID: 50831
Created
Mon 8/16/21 11:19 AM
Modified
Fri 7/15/22 4:29 PM

Service Offerings (2)

Re-enroll following a medical withdrawal from the University
Re-enroll following a medical withdrawal from the University
Request a medical withdrawal from the University
Request a medical withdrawal from the University