Withdrawals - SAGE 110

Are you considering withdrawing from the semester? We would like to assist you in any way that we can. Here are some resources that may help you stay enrolled in school:

  • Withdrawal Resources

    Withdrawal Resources

    Concern:

    Resource:

    Financial

    Visit the Start Green Stay Green webpage, and fill out the form at the bottom of the page in order to be connected to different campus offices that can assist with a multitude of different financial concerns: https://www.unt.edu/staygreen

    Academic

    The Learning Center provides tutoring, academic coaching, supplemental instruction, and other resources that can assist with academic concerns: https://learningcenter.unt.edu/

    Mental Health or Stress

    Counseling and Testing Services provides free counseling services to students: https://studentaffairs.unt.edu/counseling-and-testing-services

    Personal emergency (major life event, death of a family member, medical circumstance)

    The Dean of Students Office has multiple programs that can assist with providing resources and academic advocacy to students experiencing difficult life events: https://deanofstudents.unt.edu/resources

    Disability

    The Office of Disability Access assists students with receiving reasonable accommodations in their courses: https://disability.unt.edu/

  • Student-Initiated Withdrawals (Dropping all classes)

    Withdrawing is the process of being removed from all classes enrolled in during an individual session that is currently in progress. Students are not able to remove themselves from all of their classes in an individual session, even if they are only enrolled in one class. In order to be withdrawn, students need to complete withdrawal paperwork through the Dean of Students Office. 

    Prior to the first day of classes, a student may be removed from all of their classes by completing a cancellation through their myUNT account. Information about the cancellation process can be found here: https://registrar.unt.edu/registration/canceling-classes. If a student does not want to be removed from all of their courses within an individual session, this is considered a class drop. More information about dropping individual courses is located here: https://registrar.unt.edu/registration/dropping-class
     

  • Withdrawal Considerations
    • Refund deadlines: The State of Texas sets refund deadlines, which determine which portion of cost of the semester tuition and fees the student is considered responsible for upon withdrawal. Information about refund deadlines is located here: https://sfs.unt.edu/class-drop-and-withdrawal-refunds
    •  Financial Aid: Withdrawing from a session may impact a student’s federal financial aid eligibility, which means that a student may owe back a portion of the financial aid that they received upon withdrawal. Information about withdrawing with financial aid is located here: https://financialaid.unt.edu/withdrawing 
    • Satisfactory Academic Progress (SAP): In order to continue receiving federal financial aid, students need to be meet SAP. SAP requires students to complete at least 67% of classes attempted, and withdrawing from a session negatively impacts a student’s completion rate. More information about SAP is located here: https://financialaid.unt.edu/sap 
    • Scholarships: Students that have scholarships may want to email scholarships@unt.edu to determine if their scholarship eligibility will be impacted by a withdrawal.
    • VA/TA Benefits: Veteran/Dependent or Active Duty Service Member using VA or TA benefits for the term may want to contact the Student Veteran Services office to determine any potential implications. Contact information for the Student Veteran Services office can be found here: https://studentaffairs.unt.edu/student-veteran-services/contact. 
    • International Students: International students will need to contact the International Office in order to speak with an advisor regarding any potential Visa implications of withdrawal. The Dean of Students Office cannot process an international student’s withdrawal without the permission of the International Office.
        If you have any questions or concerns about any of these implications, please contact our office at DOSWithdrawals@unt.edu, or call 940-565-3633 to schedule a meeting with a staff member. We can help you determine how these implications may impact you, and answer your questions. 
       

How to Withdraw:

  • Undergraduate

    If you are an undergraduate student, you will need to meet with a staff member in person or over zoom prior to receiving withdrawal paperwork. During the meeting students will:

    • Be advised of implications for withdrawal.
    • Be informed of any obligations they may have with UNT or need to fulfill prior to withdrawing.
    • Complete Financial Aid documents & Exit Counseling (as applicable).
    • Complete the withdrawal form & other documents (as applicable).
    • Discuss any options or solutions that could assist you in remaining enrolled.
  • Graduate

    If you are a graduate student, you have the option to:

    • Meet with a staff member over zoom or in person prior to receiving withdrawal paperwork. During the meeting students will:
      • Be advised of implications for withdrawal.
      • Be informed of any obligations they may have with UNT or need to fulfill prior to withdrawing.
      • Complete Financial Aid documents & Exit Counseling (as applicable).
      • Complete the withdrawal form & other documents (as applicable).
      • Discuss any options or solutions that could assist you in remaining enrolled.

    OR

    • Email DOSWithdrawals@unt.edu with your name, student ID number, and session you would like to withdraw from. You will receive a response from one of our staff members.
  • Withdrawal Appointment Scheduling Information

    Please visit Navigate: Navigating College...Simplified | Navigate (unt.edu) to schedule your withdrawal appointment. Please note that it will not be possible to pre-schedule an appointment during any of the drop-in dates listed below. Appointments times are opened one week ahead of time, and therefore new appointment times are added each morning for the upcoming week. For help scheduling, check out the FAQ page: Student FAQs | Navigate (unt.edu). Please contact our office if you have any questions at (940) 565-3633. 

  • In-Person Drop-In Withdrawal Information

    In Person drop-ins offer same day appointments for students who are interested in completing or learning more about the semester withdrawal process. Students can arrive at the office anytime between 1:00PM-3:30PM on drop-in days, and they will be put on a waitlist to meet with the next available staff member.

    In-Person Drop-in Advising Schedule (Come to Sage 110):

    Dates Times Locations

    Monday, Jan 18 through Monday, Jan 31 (first two weeks of the semester)

    1:00 pm – 4:00 pm (Monday through Friday) Sage 110

    Friday, Feb 4 through Friday March 25 (weekly Friday drop-in option)

    1:00 pm - 4:00 pm (Friday only) Sage 110

    Wednesday, Feb 9 (regular session 50% refund deadline)

    1:00 pm - 4:00 pm Sage 110

    Tuesday, Feb 15 (regular session 25% refund deadline)

    1:00 pm - 4:00 pm Sage 110

    Monday, March 28 through Friday, April 8 (last two weeks to withdraw from the regular session)

    1:00 pm - 4:00 pm (Monday through Friday) Sage 110

    Friday, April 15 through Friday April 29 (weekly Friday drop-in option)

    1:00 pm - 4:00 pm (Friday only) Sage 110
  • Virtual Drop-In Withdrawal Information

    Virtual drop-ins offer same-day appointments for students who are interested in completing or learning more about the semester withdrawal process. Students can log into the zoom meeting anytime between 9:00AM-11:30AM on drop-in days and will remain in the waiting room until the next available staff member is able to meet with them.

    Virtual Drop-in Advising Schedule (meet virtually via Zoom):

    Dates Times Location

    Monday, Jan 18 through Monday, Jan 31 (first two weeks of the semester)

    9:00 am – 12:00 pm (Monday through Friday) Meeting ID: 84779281587

    Friday, Feb 4 through Friday March 25 (weekly Friday drop-in option)

    9:00 am - 12:00 pm (Friday only) Meeting ID: 89178139379

    Wednesday, Feb 9 (regular session 50% refund deadline)

    9:00 am - 12:00 pm Meeting ID: 89282415017

    Tuesday, Feb 15 (regular session 25% refund deadline)

    9:00 am - 12:00 pm Meeting ID: 89920745926

    Monday, March 28 through Friday, April 8 (last two weeks to withdraw from the regular session)

    9:00 am - 12:00 pm (Monday through Friday) Meeting ID: 89728071040

    Friday, April 15 through Friday April 29 (weekly Friday drop-in option)

    9:00 am - 12:00 pm (Friday only) Meeting ID: 89178139379
  • Important Withdrawal Dates & Deadlines

    Regular Session: January 18- May 13, 2022

     

    January 17: Last day for 100% refund
    January 18: First Class Day
    January 22: Last day for 80% refund
    January 28: Last day for 70% refund
    January 31: Census 
    February 9: Last day for 50% refund
    February 15: Last day for 25% refund
    April 8: Last day to drop a course or withdraw from REG session

     

    8w1 Session: January 18- March 11, 2022

     

    January 17: Last day for 100% refund
    January 18: First Class Day
    January 20: Last day for 80% refund
    January 23: Last day for 50% refund
    January 24: Census 
    February 25: Last day to drop a course or withdraw from 8w1 session

     

    8w2 Session: March 21-May 13, 2022

     

    March 20: Last day for 100% refund
    March 21: First Class Day
    March 23: Last day for 80% refund
    March 26: Census 
    March 26: Last day for 50% refund
    April 29: Last day to drop a course or withdraw from 8w2 session
     

     


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