Withdrawal may be from either a single course, or from an entire quarter.
Drop a Course in Spring 2020
All requests to drop a course must be submitted through the Enrollment Adjustment Form on myforms.ucr.edu prior to the Thursday, June 18 deadline.
*Dropping a course is a PERMANENT decision. It cannot be undone, even if you gain new information after submitting the form.
Drops that will result in part-time status must be approved by the Office of Student Academic Affairs. A BCOE Online Petition, documenting the reason for requesting to drop to part-time status, must be submitted, along with the Enrollment Adjustment Form, to the Office of Student Academic Affairs. The petition must be submitted by Tuesday, June 16.
Withdrawal From a Quarter
Withdrawal from an entire quarter erases all academic effort for a full term. It carries no negative GPA consequences. The act of completing this process will end your matriculation as a UCR student. Withdrawals processed within the first three weeks of a term will remove all enrollment information for the affected term. Withdrawals after the 3rd week of the term will result in W grades assigned to all courses. An indication of withdrawal must be made to the Office of Student Academic Affairs on or before the last day of instruction for a current term.
Special Note for Withdrawal and Readmission
Students requesting to withdraw from a quarter and return in the immediate following term must be in Good Academic Standing, and are subject to a Readmission fee. Under these circumstances, the traditional readmission deadlines do not apply.
A student who is withdrawing while on Academic Probation is not eligible for Readmission in the immediate following term.