Schedules for withdrawal from the university and reduction of charges

A student who withdraws from Marian University may be entitled to full or partial reduction of charges.  Reduction of charges is based on the official date of withdrawal as recorded in the Office of the Registrar. Consult with the Office of Financial Aid about the impact that withdrawal may have on your current financial aid awards.

Standard (semester-long) courses

  • Withdraw during calendar week 1 = 100 percent
  • Withdraw during calendar week 2 = 90 percent
  • Withdraw during calendar week 3 = 60 percent
  • Withdraw during calendar week 4 = 25 percent
  • Withdraw during calendar week 5 or after = None

Course lasting five weeks or more

Up to, but not including, semester-long courses.

  • Withdraw during calendar week 1 = 100 percent
  • Withdraw during calendar week 2 = 50 percent
  • Withdraw during calendar week 3 or after = None
  • Last date to withdraw with "W" grade is six (6) business days before the published end date of class

Courses lasting four weeks or less 

  • Withdraw during calendar week 1 = 100 percent
  • Withdraw during calendar week 2 or after = None
  • Last date to withdraw with "W" grade is six (6) business days before published end date of the class
  • If the class meets less than six days, withdraw is not permitted after class begins
  • You cannot withdraw from any class in which the final examination has been given

PLEASE NOTE: All students should pay student account charges by the university's published due dates. You are responsible for any and all costs associated with collection efforts by Marian University.  This may include interest, collection costs, attorney fees, and court fees.

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