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.

Graduate Nursing Face to Face & Hybrid Course Drop & Withdrawal Policy

2020-2021

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 2020-2021


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

Summer 2020 Fall 2020 Spring 2021
Face to Face & Hybrid Courses Session 1 Session 2 Session 1 Session 2 Session 1 Session 2 Refund Grade
Last Day to Add* Prior to first class Prior to first class Prior to first class Prior to first class Prior to first class Prior to first class N/A N/A
Last Day to Drop* Prior to first class Prior to first class Prior to first class Prior to first class Prior to first class Prior to first class 100% Not Transcripted
Last Day to Drop & Receive a Refund* 5/26/20 7/20/20 9/15/20 11/2/20 1/18/21 3/22/21 75% "W"
Last Day to Withdraw* 6/8/20 8/3/20 9/29/20 11/16/20 2/1/21 4/5/21 0% "W"
Withdrawal Not Permitted
After 6 p.m. EST on...
6/8/20 8/3/20 9/29/20 11/16/20 2/1/21 4/5/21 0% "F" or
Grade Earned
Pass/Fail or Audit Declaration Due Date** 6/1/20 7/27/20 N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A P, F, or AU
Summer 2020 Fall 2020 Spring 2021
Online Courses  Session 1 Session 2 Session 1 Session 2 Session 1 Session 2 Refund Grade
Last Day to Add* 5/18/20 7/13/20 9/8/20 10/26/20 1/11/21 3/15/21 N/A N/A
Last Day to Drop & Receive Refund* 5/26/20 7/20/20 9/15/20 11/02/20 1/18/21 3/22/21 100% Not Transcripted
Last Day to Withdraw* 6/8/20 8/3/20 9/29/20 11/16/20 2/1/21 4/5/21 0% "W"
Withdrawal Not Permitted
After 6 p.m. EST on...
6/8/20 8/3/20 9/29/20 11/16/20 2/1/21 4/5/21 0% "F" or
Grade Earned
Pass/Fail or Audit Declaration Due Date** 6/1/20 7/27/20 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 Graduate & Professional Programs Drop & Withdrawal Policy 2020-2021

(Graduate Education Practicum and MSM/HRM Capstone)

Face to Face, Hybrid, and  Practicum Courses Summer 2020 Fall 2020 Spring 2021 Refund Grade
Last Day to Add* Prior to first class Prior to first class Prior to first class N/A N/A
Last Day to Drop* Prior to first class Prior to first class Prior to first class 100% Not Transcripted
Course Withdrawal* 5/26/20 9/15/20 1/18/21 75% "W"
Course Withdrawal* 6/1/20 9/22/20 1/25/21 50% "W"
Last Day to Withdraw/
Receive a Refund*
6/8/20 9/29/20 2/1/21 25% "W"
Withdraw Not Permitted
After 6 p.m. EST on*
6/8/20 9/29/20 2/1/21 0% "F" or
Grade Earned
Online Courses Summer 2020 Fall 2020 Spring 2021 Refund Grade
Last Day to Add* 5/18/20 9/8/20 1/11/21 N/A N/A
Last Day to Drop* 5/26/20 9/15/20 1/18/21 100% Not Transcripted
Course Withdrawal* 6/1/20 9/22/20 1/25/21 75% "W"
Course Withdrawal* 6/8/20 9/29/20 2/1/21 50% "W"
Last Day to Withdraw/
Receive a Refund*
6/15/20 10/6/20 2/8/21 25% "W"
Withdrawal Not Permitted
After 6:00 p.m. on
6/15/20 10/6/20 2/8/21 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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