Significant medical or mental health problems can affect your ability to attend classes or perform academically. In these cases, you may apply for a course load reduction or a semester withdrawal.
All requests for current semester withdrawal will be processed by the office of the academic dean of your school/college until the mid semester withdrawal deadline. After that date, requests for a semester withdrawal for medical reasons will be processed by University Health Services; and requests for a semester withdrawal for mental health reasons will be processed by Counseling and Mental Health Center.
Before you apply, consider viewing this link about resources available to you for the most common reasons students withdraw. These resources might help you such that you can avoid withdrawal, or if withdrawal is necessary, they can be helpful to you to address the concern that you have, setting you up for success subsequent to your withdrawal.
See Helpful Links for instructions describing the application process. Read them carefully. In some instances, approval can affect your financial aid, housing, student academic employment (TA, AI, GRA, fellowship, etc.) and/or immigration status and/or veteran benefits. To proceed:
Additional contact information is listed on the brochure and the application. We cannot process your application until it is complete, including all necessary documentation and signatures. One of these offices will process your application and notify you of the decision within 10 business days:
CLR/MW Application Coordinator, Services for Students with Disabilities
100 Dean Keeton St. STOP A4100
Austin, TX 78712-1093
Student Services Building - SSB 4.206
Additional contact information is listed on the brochure and the application.
We cannot process your application until it is complete, including all necessary documentation and signatures.
One of these offices will process your application and notify you of the decision within 10 business days:
|Monday - Friday, 8am to 5pm by appointment|
University Health Services is committed to providing high-quality care to patients of all ages, races, ethnicities, physical abilities or attributes, religions, sexual orientations, or gender identities/expression.
100 West Dean Keeton Student Services Building (SSB)