Megan K. Lintott, M.S.Ed.
Manager of Special Undergraduate Programs
A student who no longer wishes to continue with a three-year program should formally request to be withdrawn from the program by March 31st of their first year in order to avoid any complications with their financial aid. Note: students may decide to leave the program after March 31st of their first year, however, their financial aid package may be affected.
The decision to leave a program is one that must be considered carefully. Students are encouraged to consult their academic advisor and faculty director(s) before making a final decision.
If the student does intend to leave the program, the student should complete and sign the withdraw form and bring it to their advisor to sign. The advisor will forward the request on to the faculty director(s) and the Manager of Special Undergraduate Programs. The Manager of Special Undergraduate Programs will inform the Office of Financial Aid and the Registrar's Office so that their financial aid package can be changed to a four-year structure, and the three-year program designation can be removed from the student's transcript.