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CWUP 5-90-010(40) Withdrawal from the University Due to Military Exigency

(A) Students who have been called into active military service of the United States will be eligible for withdrawal from the university or the granting of credit. The policy does not apply to regular National Guard or Reserve soldiers required to attend their two-week annual training requirements.

(B) Students who must withdraw from the university during the first third of the quarter will be granted a total university withdrawal (W). Tuition and fees may be refunded.

(C) Students who must withdraw from the university during the second third of the quarter may request either an uncontested withdrawal (+W) or an Incomplete (I) in each course with specified deadline for completion to be determined by the dean in consultation with the instructor or a total university withdrawal from all courses (W). Students who are granted an Incomplete for classes must pay tuition and fees for those classes.

(D) Students who must withdraw from the university during the last third of the quarter may request an uncontested withdrawal (+W) or an incomplete (I) or credit if the coursework is satisfactory, to be determined by the dean in consultation with the instructor or a total university withdrawal from all courses (W). Students who are granted an Incomplete for classes or receive credit for classes must pay tuition and fees for those classes.

(E) If credit is awarded, the instructor must determine either a letter grade or a satisfactory (S), as requested by the student, for each course, depending upon the quality of the student's work as determined by the instructor.

(F) If credit is received and the course(s) fulfill(s) all requirements for the baccalaureate degree, the degree will be awarded.

(G) In all circumstances, students will be expected to attend classes up to fifteen (15) calendar days prior to the reporting date as specified in federal activation orders (National Guard and Reserves), or the office of the governor in the case of National Guard called up for state emergency.

(H) Students need to contact registrar services or their center office as soon as possible to complete the appropriate withdrawal process, and to submit a copy of the federal activation orders.

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