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Graduate Studies Calendar 2015-2016 Academic Regulations D.5 Withdrawals
D.5 Withdrawals

A student wishing to withdraw from the Faculty of Graduate Studies should complete a Graduate Withdrawal form, available at http://grad.ucalgary.ca/current/managing-my-program/withdrawal.

Fees for subsequent terms will be cancelled upon withdrawal notification.

When a student withdraws from the Faculty of Graduate Studies, it is the student’s responsibility to ensure that all outstanding fees are paid.

After a required withdrawal from a graduate program at the University of Calgary, a student may not apply to another graduate program at the University of Calgary until a year after the final decision to require withdrawal has been made.

Students under academic review (e.g., for academic misconduct) will not be permitted to withdraw during the review process.