Southern Polytechnic State University Withdrawals
Note: the information below was provided by Southern Polytechnic State University. However, you should refer to that institution's web site to make sure you are aware of current policies.
SPSU eCore students desiring to withdraw from one or more eCore classes by the midpoint of the term may do so by completing the online eCore withdrawal form. After doing so, the student will be assigned a grade of "W" for those course(s). While a grade of "W" does not count in the student's cumulative grade point average, it does count in attempted hours for financial aid purposes and could affect a student's eligibility for aid if there are repeated withdrawals.
Refunds associated with withdrawals are made only in the case where a student withdraws completely from all classes for a term. Refunds are based on the date of the withdrawal and are prorated. By University System of Georgia rule, refunds are not initiated for withdrawing from a portion of registered classes.
Withdrawing After the Mid-Point
Students who withdraw after the midpoint of the term are not eligible for a grade of "W" except in cases of hardship or extenuating circumstances as approved by the faculty. (Contact Cindy Knight, eCore Advisor, email@example.com). Students withdrawing after the withdrawal deadline date receive a grade of "F" for the course.
By clicking on the link below, I confirm that I understand the withdrawal policies of my affiliate institution and wish to request withdrawal from eCore classes.