Student Rights and Responsibilities
WITHDRAWAL OF STUDENTS FOR CAUSE
Students who develop medical problems, which interfere with their continuing enrollment, may withdraw with the approval of the Dean of the academic school under which the student is enrolled. Documentation of the nature of the medical problem and the resulting implications will be required.
Students manifesting serious psychological problems, which interfere with their own functioning in the university, or that of the university community, may be referred to the University Counseling Center for evaluation and possible withdrawal.
Students who represent an immediate threat to themselves or the university community may be subject to immediate withdrawal.