Important: Cancelling your enrollment for the current term will remove all your WSU courses at all campuses. This will include all classes you may be taking concurrently on one or more WSU campuses and through WSU Online.
Are you at the right place?
A few questions will make sure you’re at the right place to do what you want to do:
NOT enrolled in classes? If you are NOT enrolled in classes for the current semester, there is nothing you need to do here.
Enrolled in classes for a future term? If you enrolled in classes for a future term that has not begun, and you have decided not to attend, you can drop all your classes yourself in myWSU portal. Go to go to My Student Center, select Enroll, select the term, select the drop tab, and select the box next to each class. To complete your request click the Drop Selected Classes button, followed by the Finish Dropping button.
Enrolled in classes for this term? You’re at the right place. Follow the steps below to cancel your enrollment. Canceling your enrollment for the current term will remove all your WSU courses at all campuses. This will include all classes you may be taking concurrently on one or more WSU campuses and through WSU Online.
Alternatives to Cancelling Enrollment
If you are not certain about cancelling your entire semester for classes you are attending, here are some alternatives you may wish to consider:
Incompletes: If the semester is close to completion and you believe that a little extra time to complete your courses or to make up tests would be of help, consider talking to one or more of your instructors about the possibility of receiving incompletes. An Incomplete Grade Agreement is required for each course in which an Incomplete grade is posted.
Dropping or Withdrawing from Individual Classes using myWSU: You may drop courses without record up to the end of the 4th week of the semester in which the courses are offered. After the 4th week, you can withdraw from individual courses through the end of the 13th week (limits do apply – see Rule 68). Withdrawals result in a grade of “W” appearing on the transcript which does not affect the grade point average. Important – reducing your course load may affect financial aid, etc. NOTE: Summer Session deadlines are prorated and based on the length of the course.
Tuition Adjustment Policy
Students cancelling their enrollment (sometimes referred to as “withdrawal from the university”) may be entitled to an adjustment of tuition based on the tuition adjustments schedule (see the Tuition Adjustment Policy). Note that the tuition adjustment policy may change as a result of revisions to governmental regulations.