Withdrawal means you are discontinuing all your course work and are no longer enrolled at Truman State University.
The Registrar’s Office handles all withdrawals from the University.
Students are responsible for initiating withdrawal procedures for any semester for which they are enrolled. If a student fails to withdraw from the University officially, the grades earned for all courses will be entered on his or her permanent record. Withdrawal requests may be made online. To withdraw from all classes online, access TruView and navigate to the Student tab. Click on “Withdraw from all courses” for a selected semester in the Registration column. International students must meet with the Center for International Students prior to withdrawing from all courses.
Students may withdraw from school until the last day of regular classes. If a student withdraws at any time between the date he or she first enrolls for the semester and the end of the fourth week of classes, only the date of withdrawal will appear on the transcript. If a student withdraws between the end of the fourth week and the end of the twelfth week, a grade of “W” will appear on the transcript by each of the courses in which the student was enrolled. If a student withdraws after the twelfth week, instructors will assign a “W” or “WF” in each course.? WFs do factor into a students grade point average.
Enrollment Fee refunds will be made in accordance with guidelines stated in the General Catalog under “Return of Enrollment Fees.”
Students who are pre-enrolled for an upcoming semester must officially withdraw from the University prior to the first day of classes. Students who fail to do this will owe a percentage of the University fees, based on the date of withdrawal.
A student who withdraws from all courses during a semester may re-enroll for the following semester without submitting an application for readmission to the Admission Office.