A student may withdraw from one or more courses during a semester under the following conditions:
Dean's or College Council approval.
Apply before the deadline for withdrawal.
The student gets "W" grade in the course.
Guardian/parent consent may be requested.
A student may withdraw a semester or a year with acceptable excuse to the Dean or College Council within three weeks ahead of the final exams. Annual courses can be withdrawn 5 weeks ahead of the final exam. Practical courses can be withdrawn one third the length of the period ahead of the final exam. In all cases, the grade "W" is permanently recorded in the student transcript and the semester is counted towards the graduation requirements. Withdrawing a maximum of 2 consecutive semesters or 3 non-consecutive semesters is allowed.
A student can apply for withdrawal during the first week of the semester with a valid excuse, acceptable to the Dean of College Council, for a maximum of 3 semesters and no more than 2 consecutive semesters. In the annual system no more than 2 years of withdrawal is allowed. Student's records will be suspended after that unless accepted by the Dean of College Council. The exception of the period of withdrawal will not be counted within the time needed to complete the graduation requirements.
No-show students (students who register but do not attend) for 4 weeks from the beginning of the semester will be considered suspended.