Withdrawing from the Program
There may come a time when you need to postpone the completion your degree; this does happen and it is important to know you have options. Before you decide, connect with a BSN advisor to explore those options. Depending on your situation, you may be able to take a quarter off (with no re-application), slow down to a part-time schedule, or you may determine it is best to withdraw from the program for re-application at a later quarter.
Once the quarter begins, even if it is day one of your first quarter in the program, you are considered a current and enrolled student. This means you need to withdraw from the coursework in which you are enrolled. To withdraw, complete the steps below:
Withdraw from all your coursework.
Withdrawing from classes is the responsibility of the student. The University and the program does not withdraw you. You are responsible for any unpaid tuition and fees. If you need assistance, contact the Office of the Registrar.
Pay any remaining university fees.
If you are withdrawing during your first quarter, you may not yet have paid the $250 New Student Fee. Students are responsible for paying this fee, even if all coursework is dropped. This is a one-time fee that you will not pay again if you re-apply and are admitted. For more information, contact the Office of Admissions.
Reapply for admission to the program
Meet with a BSN academic advisor to review course availability and to create a BSN completion plan. We want to make sure that when you return it is the optimal quarter for re-entry, that there is space, and that you have a plan to complete the program in place. Visit our ScheduleOnce page to schedule an appointment.
Submit a returning student application following our how to apply instructions for returning students.