About this Event
Last day to withdraw (drop all second summer session classes) from the University. Note: Courses remain on student's academic record with withdrawn grades and no fee adjustment.
Withdrawal from the University is defined as dropping all classes on or after the earliest start date of any of your classes taken during the session/semester. This means all regular Ohio University classes for which you are registered, whether on one campus or multiple campuses. You must go to the student services office in your college or regional campus student services office to initiate the withdrawal process. Graduate students must contact the Graduate College. Withdrawal from the University is not permitted on or after the last day of classes, as determined by the earliest end date of any of your classes taken during the session/semester.
Note: Canceling your class registration does not cancel your housing. You are required to make an appointment with a Residence Life staff member in your building prior to your scheduled check out date and time to properly check out of your room, sign your Room Condition Report (RCR), and return all keys. If you have canceled your class registration, you are no longer eligible to reside on campus and must move out completely within 48 hours.
International students (F-1 or J-1 status) must contact the Office of International Student and Faculty Services (ISFS), 740.593.4330, prior to withdrawing from the University. Failure to do so may lead to serious immigration problems.