Withdrawing from AU
A student who wishes to withdraw from the University must complete a University Withdrawal Form signed by the financial aid officer, etc., and return the form to the Office of the Registrar.
University Withdrawal Form: Must be picked up at the Registrar’s Office and/or requested if you are no longer enrolled.
Students must be officially withdrawn to avoid receiving an “F” in a course. The schedule for the final date for withdrawing from a course can be found on the academic calendar. Refunds will be made according to the refund schedule.
If a student withdraws from a course, his or her grade will be recorded on the transcript as “W” (withdrawal). See Academic Catalog
Provision for Military Students
When any person is activated for full-time military service during a time of national crisis and is required to cease attending a state-supported post secondary education institution without completing and receiving a grade in one or more courses, the following assistance shall be required with regard to courses not completed:
- Such student shall receive a complete refund of tuition and such general fees as assessed against all students at the institution.
- Proportionate refunds of room, board, and other fees which were paid to the institution shall be provided to the students, based on the date of withdrawal.
- If an institution contracts for services covered by fees which have been paid by and refunded to the student, the contractor shall provide a like refund to the institution.
- If the institution has a policy of repurchasing textbooks, students shall be offered the maximum price, based on condition, for the textbooks associated with such courses.
When a student is required to cease attendance because of such military activation without completing and receiving a grade in one or more courses, the institution shall provide a reasonable opportunity after deactivation for completion of the courses.
A student activated during the course of a semester shall be entitled, within a period of two years following deactivation, to free tuition for one semester at the institution where attendance had been interrupted unless federal aid is made available for the same purpose.