Withdrawal Form and Instructions
Use the form below only:
- after the end of the add/drop period and until the last day of the term
- or if unable to access your MyESC.
During registration, late registration and the add/drop period, visit MyESC and click on the Register tab to drop any or all of your studies.
The effective date of the withdrawal is the date faxed or the postmark date.
Your withdrawal and the timing of your withdrawal may have an impact on your:
- enrollment status
- satisfactory academic progress (SAP)
- student account
- current and future financial aid
- VA benefits for military students
Withdrawal Form (PDF 107kB) - see below if this form is not working for you.
The effective date of the withdrawal may affect the full- or part-time enrollment status of the student. For the purpose of establishing enrollment status, enrolled credits are the number of registered credits after day 28 of the enrollment term. More Information
The effective date of a withdrawal also affects the calculation of satisfactory academic progress. For purposes of calculating satisfactory progress, credits attempted is the number of registered credits after day 28 of the enrollment term. Thus, the date of withdrawal affects whether the credits are counted in the number of credits attempted. More Information
Attention military students receiving Chapter 33 VA Educational Benefits: Withdrawing from one or more of your studies after the end of the school's add/drop period may result in the Veterans Administration (VA) reducing or stopping your benefits on the date of reduction or withdrawal. If you withdraw from a study, or studies, after the end of the add/drop period, you may have to repay all benefits for the studies unless you can show the change was due to mitigating circumstances. The VA defines mitigating circumstances as unavoidable and unexpected events that directly interfere with your pursuit of a course and are beyond your control.
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