Withdrawals and Readmission to the University

Withdrawal Policies

Official withdrawals: Students who wish to officially withdraw from the university must contact the Office of the Registrar. Students may officially withdraw from the university through the eighth week of the semester.

Unofficial withdrawals: Students who stop attending class between the ninth and 15th week of the semester are considered unofficially withdrawn. No refund is granted to students who unofficially withdraw. Students who unofficially withdraw will receive grades of "UW" or "F" for their courses.

Medical withdrawals: Students who are departing mid-semester for health reasons and who wish to apply for a medical withdrawal must contact the Office of the Registrar at registrar@biola.edu for more information. Please see the Medical Withdrawal Policy and Procedures.

Planning to Return

Readmission: Every student who withdraws from the University must readmit through the Admissions Office. Students who have withdrawn may begin the process by filing a returning student application for the semester they plan to return.

Undergraduate students can reapply by submitting an Undergraduate Readmit Application. For more details, please refer to the Readmit Students Admissions Process page.

Graduate students can reapply by submitting a Graduate Readmit Application.

Catalog Requirement: Students who withdraw for more than one year will be required to follow the requirements of the most current catalog when they return.

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