Withdrawal from the University
All undergraduate, graduate or non-degree seeking students intending to withdraw from the University must submit a verbal or written notice to the Student Affairs or Student Advising Department.
All balances become due at the time of the withdrawal from the University.
A student is not granted requests for official AIU transcripts if any outstanding charges are not paid.
The Last Date of Attendance (LDA) is used as the official date of withdrawal in all cases for refund calculations. W grades will be assigned to all courses at the time of withdrawal.
A student who does not attend the University for 15 calendar days is administratively withdrawn from the University. Students at ground campuses may have this timeframe extended with approval of the Campus President.
The LDA is used as the official date of withdrawal for refund calculations. A student who is administratively withdrawn from the University receives a W grade for all courses enrolled.
A student who has attended and withdraws from a course or the University during the last week of the session or quarter/term will receive the grade earned at the point of withdrawal.
A student who requests to withdraw, or is identified as an administrative withdrawal within the first quarter of enrollment, will be subject to cancellation from the University if all admission requirements, such as proof of high school graduation are not fulfilled.
A student desiring to reenroll at AIU after a period of one year from the official date of withdrawal is considered a new student and must submit a new admissions application through the Admissions Department. A student desiring to reenroll after less than a one-year period from the official date of withdrawal is encouraged to contact the Reentry Team for consideration of readmission. Online students can contact firstname.lastname@example.org for consideration of readmission.
Students who wish to re-enter the University are required to sign a new Enrollment Agreement and are subject to current policies and tuition and fees in effect at the time of their return to the University.