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CWUP 5-90-010(30) Peremptory Withdrawal from a Course

(A) Peremptory withdrawals will not be permitted after the first six weeks of instruction (Faculty Senate approved 5/28/03, Academic Affairs approved 8/8/03).

Furthermore, students who withdraw after the drop-add period from 25% or more of the coursework for which they have registered for two or more quarters each academic year are considered as exercising excessive course withdrawals. The provost or designee may authorize dismissal in these cases after reviewing records presented to the Registrar. Students who have been dismissed under this policy may not enroll for courses without submitting an approved plan of study signed by an academic advisor. To continue enrollment the student must satisfactorily complete all credits enrolled during the first quarter of readmission. Students who do not meet this requirement will not be allowed to register for one calendar year.

(B) In circumstances when academic dishonesty is confirmed, a W can be replaced with a letter grade.