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Section 4: Withdrawal from Courses (Regs. 50-55)

50.

To withdraw from a course after the period for change in study-list set by the Executive Committee of the college or school [see Divisional Legislative Ruling 1.93.A, Appendix II] or the Graduate Council, approval by petition to the dean or Dean of the Graduate Division (hereafter included in "dean' as pertains to graduate students) must be obtained. At the dean's discretion, the student's registration in the course may be canceled, or the student may be excused from further attendance and the Registrar be directed to enter a grade of F, NP, U or W (where appropriate) on the official transcript. The dean may also stipulate that re-enrollment in the course(s) will be authorized only with his or her approval. A student who wishes to withdraw completely from all courses on the study-list for the term after the period for change established by the Executive Committee or Graduate Council, will be required to obtain, by petition, the approval of the dean. At the dean's discretion, the student's registration in all courses will be canceled, or the Registrar will be directed to enter the grade of W for each course on the student's study-list. (Am 24 May 90, Sen Assy; Am 7 Nov 96)

55. (Senate Regulation 912)

A registered student who withdraws from the University before the end of the term without authorization duly certified by the Registrar shall receive a grade of F or, where appropriate, Not Passed or Unsatisfactory in each course in which the student is enrolled. (Am 7 Nov 96)