Withdrawal Policies and Procedures

Withdrawal Policies and Procedures
(Contact the Office of the Registrar if you have questions or concerns regarding the complete withdrawal policy)

Definition of Complete Withdrawal:  The University defines a withdrawal as the termination of your enrollment for any given term.  You are no longer registered for any courses nor have you completed any courses.  You have until Census Date of each term to withdraw from UCCS and receive a 100% refund (this applies to full semester length Main Campus courses only).  Refer to the withdrawal procedures and the date guidelines below for additional information

Note:  Shortened or condensed courses have different add, drop, and refund deadlines.  Review those deadlines here: 
Short Course Deadlines

 

Steps to Completely Withdraw from UCCS:

 

Fall 2017 Spring 2018 Summer 2018

Withdrawal Policies and Procedures

Sept.  7
(Census Date)

Jan. 31
(Census Date)

June 18
(Census Date)
 
  • Last day to withdraw from all full semester length courses and receive a 100% refund.   Students must drop all courses using the myUCCS Portal through this date.
     
  • Note:  Shortened or condensed courses (courses that do not meet for the entire term) have different add, drop, and refund deadlines and may not be eligible for a refund.  Review short or condensed course deadlines on the Office of the Registrar website.
     
  • Note:  If you are enrolled in a course that requires consent to drop (unable to drop specific courses in the myUCCS Portal), contact your Academic Advisor or the department that offers the course for permission to drop.
Sept. 8
through
Oct. 27
Feb. 1
through
March 30
June 19
through
July 11

 

  • You may withdraw (drop) all full semester length courses within this range of dates using the myUCCS Portal.  You do not need dean or instructor signatures to drop full semester length courses within this range of dates.    An official grade of W (withdrew) will be assigned for courses dropped within this date range.  To avoid being assigned grades of F (fail), withdraw from courses using the myUCCS Portal.
     
Oct. 28
through
Dec. 16
March 31
through
May 12
July 12
through
August 3


The following steps must be completed if you choose to completely withdraw from UCCS within this date range:

  • Obtain instructor signatures on Withdrawal Form for each course where the dean/instructor deadline has passed.
  • Obtain the signature of your academic dean (the Office of the Registrar will help you locate your academic dean).
     
  • Submit the Withdrawal Form to the Office of the Registrar for final approval.  Withdrawals are recorded and become effective when the completed Withdrawal Form is received by the Office of the Registrar.
     
  • Unless you follow these procedures, you have not withdrawn from UCCS.  Grades of “F” will be recorded on your record/transcript, and you will be liable for full payment of all tuition and fees. Withdrawals are recorded and become effective when the completed Withdrawal Form is received by the Office of the Registrar.