Loyola Marymount University Bulletin 2012-2013
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Withdrawal from Courses
A student may withdraw from any or all courses by the last day to withdraw in a term as published in the University Bulletin and online Academic Calendar. A currently enrolled student may withdraw from a course(s) by using the drop function in the computer registration system (PROWL).
Prior to the deadline, a student may drop all courses using PROWL. In order to completely withdraw from a term or the University, the student should contact the Office of the Registrar. The student will receive grades of W in each of the courses and will be considered to be on a leave of absence for up to two years unless the student gives written notice to the Office of the Registrar that he/she is withdrawing from the University.
After the deadline, and before the final day of classes, students may withdraw from courses only for medical or psychological reasons. A written petition with accompanying documentation from a licensed professional should be submitted to the Office of the Registrar. The documentation from the licensed professional must certify that the student is not able to complete the semester for medical or psychological reasons. If approved, the student will be withdrawn from all courses and not a portion of the course schedule. Students are eligible for tuition and fee refunds according to the University’s published policy. Additional documentation from a licensed professional is required indicating that the student is able to resume study at the University.
Withdrawal from the University
A withdrawal from the University is the termination of the academic program and course of study and the rights and privileges offered to currently enrolled students. (See above.) The withdrawal date will be the date that the Leave of Absence/Withdrawal form is received in the Office of the Registrar.
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