Compassionate Withdrawal

A student may request and be considered for a compassionate withdrawal when incapacitating circumstances, such as a serious illness or injury, or when extraordinary personal reasons, not related to the student’s personal physical or mental health, prevent the student from continuing in classes or from seeking academic withdrawal in the usual way. The compassionate withdrawal policy covers both physical and mental health.


Primary Resource

Student Advocate

Student Activity Center

The Student Advocate helps students navigate educational, personal, and other campus obstacles that impact successful completion of their academic goals. The Student Advocate links students with appropriate university and community resources, and collaborates with faculty and staff in the best interest of the students and follows through to bring efficient closure to student concerns