This information applies to employees using the tuition benefit. Other students please visit the Office of the Registrar for withdrawal information.
Employees who need to withdraw from the university should initially contact the Withdrawal Coordinator in the Office of the Registrar.
If you drop all of your classes after the add deadline for the respective term, you will be assessed a $200 withdrawal fee. Exception: If you withdraw (drop all classes) due to an unexpected increase in your workload that was not foreseen before the semester began, you may submit a supporting letter or email from your supervisor to the Bursar’s Office until the last day of the semester. The withdrawal processing fee will be removed from your account after the letter or email is received. Letters or emails from supervisors received after the last day of the semester will not be accepted.
Once you are officially withdrawn from the university, you must contact the Faculty/Staff Tuition Benefit Coordinator at 303-492-7496.
Dependents of employees are subject to the same withdrawal deadlines as students not using the tuition benefit. Please visit the Office of the Registrar for information about dropping courses and withdrawal.
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Summer Hours Effective May 12
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