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Any refund you receive will be figured against the cost of your own total tuition and deducted from that amount. If you have passed the refund deadline and still owe one or two installments, you will be required to pay your remaining balance. Contact the Cashiers in Griz Central for further information.
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You will not earn credit for the semester. Your transcript will list your courses for the semester and a W is the assigned grade for each course. Your cumulative grade point average and total number of credits earned will remain the same as they were when you first enrolled for the semester, unless an alternate grade, grad change or repeat has been marked. The credits will show as attempted credits and will be counted towards the financial aid credit cap.
You may return to school any semester. Contact your advisor during the registration period so you can plan your schedule and receive your advising number. You may then use CyberBear to register. If you are absent from the UM for two or more years (dating from the time of withdrawal) you will need to complete an Application for Readmission Form, available at the Registration Counter in Griz Central or available at www.umt.edu/registrar.
No. Once you withdraw, you no longer considered a student, which prevents you from living in the dorms, family housing or Lewis & Clark Villages. Please see a housing representative for special request.
No. You may not use the Student Health Services after you withdraw. If the student is currently being seen at the Curry Health Center a referral for care will be made on an individual, as needed basis.
If you withdraw during the first three weeks of school, you will not be covered by Blue Cross Insurance and will receive a refund. If you receive a medical withdrawal the insurance you registered for can be protected for the semester. If you withdraw after the third week, you will be covered by the Blue Cross Insurance and will not receive a refund.
You may get a refund for the textbooks during the first three weeks of school if you have the receipts and did not write in the textbooks. If you complete a Medical Withdrawal form, the week refund time may be extended. Contact the UC Bookstore for details.
Full refunds are available if you withdraw during the first three weeks of school. Please contact the Office of Public Safety, 243-6131, for more details.
No. Your Griz Card is inactivated when you withdraw.
No. You may no longer work as a student at a position on campus. The only way to continue with such a job is for your employer to hire you as classified staff.
If you are a foreign student, be sure to communicate with the Foreign Student Services Office prior to completing your withdrawal.
If you are withdrawing due to personal medical reasons (not a family member, friend or pets medical reason) you will want to see a Withdrawal Coordinator to intiate the process. Documentation from your health care provider will be required to complete the medical withdrawal.
If you withdraw due to being activated by the military, be sure to tell the staff at the Registration Counter and you will be referred to the Registrar or Associate Registrar to discuss financial implications.
You can use the library facilities; however you must be a current registered student to check out books or other media.
No, unless you are withdrawing due to an injury or other medical reason that requires you to need Physical Therapy and you plan to attend the following semester. You may contact Campus Recreation at 243-2804 to inquire.