Deadlines to Cancel, Drop and Withdraw
IMPORTANT NOTE: In order to drop a course from your schedule, you must be registered for at least one remaining course. If you wish to cancel ALL of your classes once Summer School begins, you must follow directions for withdrawal from the University.
To withdraw, go to ConnectCarolina and log in to your student center with your Onyen. The withdrawal policy and instructions can be found at Withdrawals & Cancellations. To make an informed decision, carefully read the withdrawal policy before you decide to withdraw. This form should ONLY be used to cancel your only or ALL classes after attending at least one class. If you did NOT attend any classes, do not withdraw, contact Summer School at email@example.com.
|Deadlines:||Maymester||First Session||Second Session|
|Last day to cancel registration. (No tuition or fees charged.)||May 16||May 16||June 25|
|Last day to drop a course for credit on account – partial refund.||May 18||May 18||June 27|
|Last day for undergraduates to drop a course (with at least 1 credit remaining). No refund.||May 23||June 1||July 12|
|Last day for graduates to drop a course (with at least 1 credit remaining). No refund.||May 29||June 11||July 19|
|Last day to withdraw from all courses. No refund.||May 30||June 15||July 25|
Please be aware that the time frame for refunds is shorter in the summer. This is because Summer School is self-supporting and relies on tuition revenues to pay instructors. Once the session starts, it quickly becomes too late to cancel a class due to a reduction in enrollment. Below is the refund schedule for summer:
• Class dropped BEFORE the first day of the session: 100% credit of tuition and fees
• Class dropped within the first THREE days of the session: 75% credit of tuition and fees
• Class dropped on or AFTER the fourth day of the session: NO CREDIT of tuition and fees
Please understand that you will be financially responsible for the tuition and fees based on the above schedule, without regard to the reason why you are dropping the class.