Term Withdrawal

A Term Withdrawal is used if you wish to withdraw from all registered courses for the current term. The Online Term Withdrawal is not used if you wish to withdraw from an individual course, while remaining registered in other courses for the current term. A Term Withdrawal is only effective for the current term, and will not constitute a cancellation of any future term registrations. If you wish to not be registered for a future term, please be sure to cancel all registrations by logging into your my.UIC.edu and drop all future term registrations. Students are academically and financially responsible for all classes registered.

Before withdrawing from a term at the University of Illinois at Chicago, you should contact your UIC college or school advisor to discuss the possible implications of a Term Withdrawal. Graduate degree-seeking students should contact their program.

Implications of a Term Withdrawal

Implications of a Term Withdrawal include, but are not limited to:

Once you have spoken with your advisor and you both have decided that a term withdrawal is appropriate, you may submit a term withdrawal as long as it occurs by the term deadline. The term deadlines to submit a withdrawal are:

*Note: Please see refund schedule.

Online Withdrawals



Online Withdrawal Notes:

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Last Updated: April 1, 2017