Withdrawal/Leave of Absence
All students that enter a program at UNT Health Science Center are expected to continue their enrollment until the completion of their program. Students who discontinue enrollment in ALL classes for a given term will be considered withdrawn unless the student has received an approved Leave of Absence. A student may officially (voluntarily) withdraw beginning the first day of class through the final day for withdrawal, see academic calendar. Students that need to take a leave of absence or withdraw from the university must pick up the form in person at the Registrar’s Office located in SSC 240. If you have extenuating circumstances that prevent you from picking up the form in person please contact the Registrar’s Office.
Incomplete forms and/or completed forms not turned into the Registrar may result in an administrative hold on records, administrative withdrawal and/or suspension from the university.
Withdrawal processes are effective with the last date of student’s attendance.
Step 1: Obtain the Withdrawal Form in the Office of the Registrar,(SSC-240)
Step 2: Visit the following departments and obtain clearance signatures
-Financial Aid (SSC 150): Discuss any changes in financial aid status and secure clearance signature
-International Services Office (international students only): Discuss changes to immigration status and secure clearance signature
-Health Insurance Coordinator (SSC-240): Discuss changes to health insurance and secure clearance signature
Step 3: Turn in the completed form to the Office of the Registrar, SSC 240
Students who are removed from all their courses during the semester will be subject to the withdrawal refund schedule on the academic calendar.
Leave of Absence Procedures/Requirements
Please review your schools leave of absence policy before requesting a leave of absence.
Texas College of Osteopathic Medicine
Physician Assistant Program
Doctor of Physical Therapy
School of Public Health
Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences
System College of Pharmacy
This page was last modified on September 26, 2019