Student Instructions for Withdrawing from College
WARNING: Withdrawing from the University could be more costly than you realize.
If you are receiving federal funds (Pell Grant, SEOG, Perkins, Direct Student Loans, or Plus Loans) and you withdraw from the university after the 100% refund date, you are responsible for reimbursing Coastal Carolina University for the federal funds that the university must repay on your behalf.
Eligibility for any refund of tuition/fees/charges is based on the date of requested withdrawal and the published refund schedule.
If you are eligible for any refund, it will be reduced by any debt you currently owe the University and/or by any financial aid received from the University.
Refund checks will be mailed to your permanent address on record with the Office of the Registrar.
Withdrawal from the University after the last day to drop with no academic record will result in assignment of grades of “W” or “WF” in all courses. If extenuating circumstances exist, consult your academic dean.
Any financial obligations you may incur to the University must be paid in full before you may register again.
- If completely withdrawing from any semester, students must email firstname.lastname@example.org from their CCU email account.
- The Withdrawal Committee will send the student's request to the Office of the Registrar
- The Office of the Registrar will notify the following offices of the student's withdrawal:
- Financial Aid and Scholarships
- University Housing
- Student Accounts
- International Programs (if applicable)
- A representative from the Office of the Registrar will confirm withdrawal.