Students can complete an official withdrawal form in the Registrar’s Office (Room 201) or e-mail CAS@ecu.edu from their ECU e-mail account with the following information:
Contact Information (phone, address, etc)
Date of Birth
Statement – Please withdraw me from the SS2 2010 semester
Notes or other information (last day of attendance, never attended)
Reasons for withdrawal (if student wishes to share)
- If student withdraws prior to the last day to drop, there is no grade recorded.
- If student withdraws after the last day to drop – their professors will be contacted regarding current academic standing in course (passing or failing). Depending on feedback from the professor, the student will either receive a W or an F on their transcripts. If the student receives an F from a withdrawal, it factors into their GPA like any other grade.
Students should go to Student Health Services and speak with Ms. Sheryl Gardner. Students will need to provide medical documentation for withdrawal to be considered.
Students should contact the Center for Counseling and Student Development (328-6661 or 137 Umstead Building) and let the receptionist know that they would like to apply for a psychological withdrawal. Students are required to be interviewed by a staff member and will need to provide documentation of psychological treatment and/or assessment to be considered. Students who are approved for a psychological withdrawal are typically required to not be enrolled for a period of time in order to receive treatment for their psychological concerns. Prior to re-enrolling, students must submit documentation of successful treatment and be approved by the Center for Counseling and Student Development.
Retroactive Withdrawals (after a semester has ended)
Student should complete the Petition to the Student Academic Appellate Committee (found online – Registrar’s website) and type a letter to the committee explaining the rationale for their appeal. Documentation to support appeal should be included (medical records, police report, etc).