Withdrawal Policy

To withdraw from a course, students must contact the Office of the Registrar by emailing regmail@emmanuel.edu or by completing a form in the office of the Registrar. When communicating by email, students must request confirmation from the Office of the Registrar. Please note that non-attendance does not constitute withdrawal from a course; a student must contact the Office of the Registrar to officially withdraw. Students who do not officially withdraw will be responsible for the cost of the course.

MSN Face to Face & Hybrid Course Drop & Withdrawal Policy

All Semesters Contact Office of the Registrar Refund Grade
Last Day to Add Prior to the first class meeting N/A N/A
Last Day to Drop Prior to the first class meeting 100% Not Transcripted
Last Day to Receive a Refund Prior to 6 p.m. EST of the second class meeting 75% "W"
Last Day to Withdraw Prior to 6 p.m. EST of the fourth class meeting 0% "W"
Withdrawal Not Permitted After 6 p.m. ESTof the fourth class meeting 0% "F" or Grade Earned

7 Week Course Drop & Withdrawal Policy & Dates 2022-2023

(Graduate Management, Education, Undergraduate Nursing, and A+S Summer Courses)

Face to Face, Hybrid and Online Courses

Summer 2022

Fall 2022

Spring 2023

Refund

Grade

Session 1

Session 2

Session 1

Session 2

Session 1

Session 2


Last Day to Add*

5/15/2022

7/10/2022

9/5/2022

10/30/2022

1/16/2023

3/12/2023

N/A

N/A


Last Day to Drop and receive a refund*

5/23/2022

7/18/2022

9/13/2022

11/7/2022

1/24/2023

3/20/2023

100%

Not Transcripted

Last Day to Withdraw*

6/13/2022

8/8/2022

10/4/2022

11/28/2022

 2/14/2023

 4/10/2023

0%

"W"

Withdrawal Not Permitted
After 6 p.m. EST

6/13/2022

8/8/2022

10/4/2022

11/28/2022

 2/14/2023

 4/10/2023

0%

"F" or Grade Earned

Pass/Fail or Audit Declaration Due Date**

6/13/2022

8/8/2022

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

P, F, or AU

* Student must contact the Office of the Registrar to make the registration change (add/drop/withdrawal) prior to 6 p.m. EST of the date listed in order to receive the respective refund, if applicable, and/or grade.

** Pass/Fail and Audit Option available to A&S students only. See A&S calendar for Fall and Spring deadlines.

14 Week Capstone/Practicum Drop & Withdrawal Policy 2022-2023

(Graduate Education Practicum and MSM/HRM Capstone)

Face to Face, Hybrid, and Online Courses

Summer 2022

Fall 2022

Spring 2023

Refund

Grade

Last Day to Add*

5/15/2022

9/5/2022

1/16/2023

N/A

N/A

Last Day to Drop*

5/23/2022

9/13/2022

1/24/2023

100%

Not Transcripted

Course Withdrawal*

5/30/2022

9/20/2022

1/31/2023

75%

"W"

Course Withdrawal*

6/6/2022

9/27/2022

2/7/2023

50%

"W"

Last Day to Receive a Refund*

6/13/2022

10/4/2022

2/14/2023

25%

"W"

Last Day to Withdraw

7/4/2022

10/25/2022

3/7/2023

0%

Withdrawal Not Permitted
After 6 p.m. EST

7/4/2022

10/25/2022

3/7/2023

0%

"F" or Grade Earned

* Student must contact the Office of the Registrar to make the registration change (add/drop/withdrawal) prior to 6 p.m. EST of the date listed in order to receive the respective refund, if applicable, and/or grade.

 

See below for 2019-2020 Policies: 

7 Week Course Drop & Withdrawal Policy & Dates 2019-2020

14 Week Capstone/Practicum Drop & Withdrawal Policy 2019-2020

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