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Within the SEADS portal, current eMajor students have the ability to submit grade appeals, academic dishonesty appeals, and student complaints.

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Withdrawal Requests

Please click on the name of your home institution (the college or university with which you are registered) below to review its withdrawal policy and then withdraw from your eMajor classes. Your withdrawal information will be sent to the office of the registrar at your affiliate institution and to your instructor.

Abraham Baldwin Agricultural College Withdrawals

Note: the information below was provided by Abraham Baldwin Agricultural College. However, you should refer to that institution's web site to make sure you are aware of current policies.

ABAC eMajor students desiring to withdraw from one or more eMajor classes by the midpoint of the term may do so by completing the online eMajor withdrawal form. After doing so, the student will be assigned a grade of "W" for those course(s). While a grade of "W" does not count in the student's cumulative grade point average, it does count in attempted hours for financial aid purposes and could affect a student's eligibility for aid if there are repeated withdrawals.

Refunds associated with withdrawals are made only in the case where a student withdraws completely from all classes for a term. Refunds are based on the date of the withdrawal and are prorated. By University System of Georgia rule, refunds are not initiated for withdrawing from a portion of registered classes.

Withdrawing After the Mid-Point
Students who withdraw after the midpoint of the term are not eligible for a grade of "W" except in cases of hardship or extenuating circumstances as approved by the faculty. (Contact an eMajor Liaison at ABAC for additional information eMajor@abac.edu). Students withdrawing after the withdrawal deadline date receive a grade of "F" for the course.

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Albany State University Withdrawals

Note: the information below was provided by Albany State University. However, you should refer to that institution's web site to make sure you are aware of current policies.

ASU eMajor students desiring to withdraw from one or more eMajor classes by the midpoint of the term may do so by completing a two step process as outlined below:

After completing all steps, the student will be assigned a grade of W for those course(s).

Refunds associated with withdrawals are made only in the case where a student withdraws completely from all classes for a term. Refunds are based on the date of the withdrawal and are prorated. By University System of Georgia rule, refunds are not initiated for withdrawing from a portion of registered classes.

Withdrawing After the Mid-Point
Students who withdraw after the midpoint of the term are not eligible for a grade of "W" except in cases of hardship or extenuating circumstances as approved by your institution. Otherwise, students will receive a grade of "WF". Please speak with your ASU eMajor Liaison for additional information (eMajor@asurams.edu). Students withdrawing after the withdrawal deadline date receive a grade of "F" for the course.

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Armstrong State University Withdrawals

Note: the information below was provided by Armstrong State University. However, you should refer to that institution's web site to make sure you are aware of current policies.

Withdrawal from Courses after Drop/Add: If you wish to withdraw from your eMajor course(s), complete the withdrawal form below by the published withdrawal date. While a grade of "W" does not count in the student's cumulative grade point average, it does count in attempted hours for financial aid purposes and could affect a student's eligibility for aid if there are repeated withdrawals. Courses dropped after the official midterm date will be assigned a punitive grade of "WF" (withdraw/fail).

Complete Withdrawal from the University after Drop/Add: Withdrawing from the university means that a student has requested to withdraw from all courses for the current term. The last day to formally withdraw from the university is the published last day of classes for the session enrolled. Please follow the steps listed here.

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Atlanta Metropolitan State College Withdrawals

Note: the information below was provided by Atlanta Metropolitan State University. However, you should refer to that institution's web site to make sure you are aware of current policies.

Withdrawal from Courses after Drop/Add: If you wish to withdraw from your eMajor course(s), complete the withdrawal form below by the published withdrawal date. For non-eMajor courses, students should obtain and complete a Course Withdrawal Form from the office of their course of study. If students withdraw after the published withdrawal date(s), the will receive a "WF"(withdraw/fail) on their transcript. Withdrawing failing from a class will negatively impact students' semester and cumulative grade point average.

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Bainbridge State College Withdrawals

Note: the information below was provided by Bainbridge State College. However, you should refer to that institution's web site to make sure you are aware of current policies.

Withdrawing from a course or all courses after Drop/Add: If you wish to withdraw from your eMajor course(s) complete the withdrawal form below. If you have non-eMajor courses, you will withdraw by visiting the Student Services Building and speaking with an Academic Advisor.

Courses dropped by the official midterm date will be assigned a grade of "W". While a grade of "W" does not count in the student's cumulative grade point average, it does count in attempted hours for financial aid purposes. Be sure to speak with your financial aid counselor prior to withdrawing.

Courses dropped after the official midterm date will be assigned a punitive grade of "WF". Please visit Bainbridge State College's website for official withdrawal dates.

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Clayton State University Withdrawals

Note: the information below was provided by Clayton State University. However, you should refer to that institution's web site to make sure you are aware of current policies.

CSU eMajor students desiring to withdraw from one or more eMajor classes by the midpoint of the term may do so by completing the online eMajor withdrawal form. After doing so, the student will be assigned a grade of "W" for those course(s). While a grade of "W" does not count in the student's cumulative grade point average, it does count in attempted hours for financial aid purposes and could affect a student's eligibility for aid if there are repeated withdrawals.

Refunds associated with withdrawals are made only in the case where a student withdraws completely from all classes for a term. Refunds are based on the date of the withdrawal and are prorated. By University System of Georgia rule, refunds are not initiated for withdrawing from a portion of registered classes.

Withdrawing After the Mid-Point
Students who withdraw after the midpoint of the term are not eligible for a grade of "W" except in cases of hardship or extenuating circumstances as approved by the dean of your major. (Contact Jermaine Sullivan, eMajor Liaison, jermainesullivan@clayton.edu). Students withdrawing after the withdrawal deadline date receive a grade of "F" for the course.

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College of Coastal Georgia Withdrawals

Note: the information below was provided by College of Coastal Georgia. However, you should refer to that institution's web site to make sure you are aware of current policies.

CCGA eMajor students desiring to withdraw from one or more eMajor classes by the midpoint of the term may do so by completing the online eMajor withdrawal form. After doing so, the student will be assigned a grade of "W" for those course(s). While a grade of "W" does not count in the student's cumulative grade point average, it does count in attempted hours for financial aid purposes and could affect a student's eligibility for aid if there are repeated withdrawals.

Refunds associated with withdrawals are made only in the case where a student withdraws completely from all classes for a term. Refunds are based on the date of the withdrawal and are prorated. By University System of Georgia rule, refunds are not initiated for withdrawing from a portion of registered classes.

Withdrawing After the Mid-Point
Students who withdraw after the midpoint of the term are not eligible for a grade of "W" except in cases of hardship or extenuating circumstances as approved by the faculty. (Contact an eMajor Liaison at CCGA for additional information eMajor@ccga.edu). Students withdrawing after the withdrawal deadline date receive a grade of "F" for the course.

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Columbus State University Withdrawals

Note: the information below was provided by Columbus State University. However, you should refer to that institution's web site to make sure you are aware of current policies.

If you wish to withdraw from your eMajor course(s) complete the withdrawal form below. If you have non-eMajor courses, you will withdraw on your Enrollment Services tab of CougarNet .Courses withdrawn by the official withdrawal date will be assigned a grade of "W". While a grade of "W" does not count in the student's cumulative grade point average, it does count in attempted hours for financial aid purposes and could affect a student's eligibility for aid if there are repeated withdrawals. Courses withdrawn after the official withdrawal date will be assigned a punitive grade of "WF".

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Dalton State College Withdrawals

Note: the information below was provided by Dalton State College. However, you should refer to that institution's web site or your eMajor Liaison, Holli Goodwin, to make sure you are aware of current policies.

DSC eMajor students desiring to withdraw from one or more eMajor classes by the midpoint of the term may do so by completing a two step process as outlined below:

Please note: If you are completely withdrawing from Dalton State (dropping all courses- even one course), then you must also complete an additional step for Financial Aid purposes.

After completing all steps, the student will be assigned a grade of W for those course(s). While a grade of W does not count in the student's cumulative grade point average, it does count in attempted hours for financial aid purposes and could affect a student's eligibility for aid if there are repeated withdrawals.

Refunds associated with withdrawals are made only in the case where a student withdraws completely from all classes for a term. Refunds are based on the date of the withdrawal and are prorated. By University System of Georgia rule, refunds are not initiated for withdrawing from a portion of registered classes.

Withdrawing After the Mid-Point
Students who withdraw after the midpoint of the term are not eligible for a grade of W except in cases of hardship or extenuating circumstances as approved by the faculty. (Contact Holli Goodwin, eMajor Liaison, hgoodwin@daltonstate.edu). Students withdrawing after the withdrawal deadline date receive a grade of F for the course.

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Darton State College Withdrawals

Note: the information below was provided by Darton State College. However, you should refer to that institution's web site to make sure you are aware of current policies.

Withdrawal from Courses after Drop/Add:
If you wish to withdraw from your eMajor course(s), complete the withdrawal form at the link below. Any withdrawal submitted after the semester midpoint date will result in a WF (withdraw/fail).

Withdrawal from the University:
To withdraw from all courses, that is, resign from college, students must report either to their faculty academic advisor, their major division chairperson, or the Records Office and process a withdrawal request. One part of the process is an exit interview with the faculty advisor or the major division chairperson. If circumstances make it impossible for students to present themselves on campus, a written request to withdraw will suffice. Students who fail to officially withdraw will receive the grade of F in all courses for which they are registered.

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East Georgia State College Withdrawals

Note: the information below was provided by East Georgia State College. However, you should refer to that institution's web site to make sure you are aware of current policies.

EGSC eMajor students desiring to withdraw from one or more eMajor classes by the midpoint of the term may do so by completing the online eMajor withdrawal form. After doing so, the student will be assigned a grade of "W" for those course(s). While a grade of "W" does not count in the student's cumulative grade point average, it does count in attempted hours for financial aid purposes and could affect a student's eligibility for aid if there are repeated withdrawals. Refunds associated with withdrawals are made only in the case where a student withdraws completely from all classes for a term. Refunds are based on the date of the withdrawal and are prorated. By University System of Georgia rule, refunds are not initiated for withdrawing from a portion of registered classes. Withdrawing After the Mid-Point Students who withdraw after the midpoint of the term are not eligible for a grade of "W" except in cases of documented hardship or extenuating circumstances as approved by the Vice President for Academic Affairs. Otherwise, students will receive a grade of "WF". Please speak with your EGSC eMajor Liaison for additional information (dmckinney@ega.edu).

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Fort Valley State University Withdrawals

Note: The information below was provided by Fort Valley State State University. However, you should refer to that institution's web site to make sure you are aware of current policies.

FVSU eMajor students desiring to withdraw from one or more eMajor classes by the midpoint of the term may do so by completing the online eMajor withdrawal form. After doing so, the student will be assigned a grade of "W" for those course(s). While a grade of "W" does not count in the student's cumulative grade point average, it does count in attempted hours for financial aid purposes and could affect a student's eligibility for aid if there are repeated withdrawals.

Refunds associated with withdrawals are made only in the case where a student withdraws completely from all classes for a term. Refunds are based on the date of the withdrawal and are prorated. By University System of Georgia rule, refunds are not initiated for withdrawing from a portion of registered classes.

Withdrawing After the Mid-Point
Students who withdraw after the midpoint of the term are not eligible for a grade of "W" except in cases of hardship or extenuating circumstances as approved by the faculty. (Contact Jocelyn Neal or Karen Watson, eMajor Liaison, eMajor@fvsu.edu). Students withdrawing after the withdrawal deadline date receive a grade of "F" for the course.

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Georgia Gwinnett College Withdrawals

Note: the information below was provided by Georgia Gwinnett College. However, you should refer to that institution's web site to make sure you are aware of current policies.

Withdrawal from Courses after Drop/Add: If you wish to withdraw from your eMajor course(s), complete the withdrawal form below by the published withdrawal date. For non-eMajor courses, students should follow the GGC withdrawal policy. If students withdraw after the published withdrawal date(s), the will receive a "WF" (withdraw/fail) on their transcript. Withdrawing failing from a class will negatively impact students' semester and cumulative grade point average.

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Georgia Highlands College Withdrawals

Note: the information below was provided by Georgia Highlands College. However, you should refer to that institution's web site to make sure you are aware of current policies.

Withdrawal from Courses after Drop/Add:
Students may drop a course during the drop/add period without penalty. During the drop/add period, fees will be adjusted. After the drop/add period ends, students may withdraw from a course without penalty until mid-term. The student will receive no refund for withdrawing from a course. A withdrawal of all classes constitutes a complete withdrawal. If you wish to withdraw from your eMajor course(s), complete the withdrawal form at the link below.

Withdrawing from All Courses:
In addition to the eMajor online withdrawal process (please see link below), students must complete a GHC Withdrawal Request form to officially withdraw from ALL classes. Forms are available by contacting your eMajor Liaison.

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Georgia Southern University Withdrawals

Note: the information below was provided by Georgia Southern University. However, you need to refer to that institution's web site to make sure you are aware of current institutional policies.

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Georgia Southwestern State University Withdrawals

Note: the information below was provided by Georgia Southwestern State University. However, you should refer to that institution's web site to make sure you are aware of current policies.

Withdrawal from eMajor Courses after Drop/Add:
Georgia Southwestern State University eMajor students desiring to withdraw from one or more eMajor classes by the midpoint of the term may do so by completing the online eMajor withdrawal form by the published withdrawal deadline. After doing so, the withdrawal information will be sent to the GSW Registrar for processing in Banner. The student will then be assigned a grade of "W" for those course(s). While a grade of "W" does not count in the student's cumulative grade point average, it does count in attempted hours for financial aid purposes and could affect a student's eligibility for aid if there are repeated withdrawals. Any withdrawal submitted after the semester midpoint date will result in a"WF" (withdraw/fail). All withdrawals from class must be approved and completely processed before the last day of classes. A student who does not officially withdraw from a class will receive a grade of "F".

To withdraw from any non-eMajor courses, please submit the GSW Withdrawal Form to the GSW Registrar's Office by the published withdrawal date.

Withdrawal from the University:
Students withdrawing from all classes and exiting the University after the first day of classes must complete the University Withdrawal Form. The completed form should be submitted to the Director of the Academic Resource Center/First Year Advocate or faxed to 229-931-2277. The effective date of the withdrawal from the university is entered as the date from the University Withdrawal Form.

Withdrawal from the University prior to the published no-penalty date will result in grades of "W" (withdrawn) for all courses.

Withdrawal from the University after the no-penalty date will result in grades of "WF" (withdrawn failing) except for documented non-academic reasons.

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Gordon State College Withdrawals

Note: the information below was provided by Gordon State College. However, you should refer to that institution's web site to make sure you are aware of current policies.

Partial Withdrawal from Courses after Drop/Add: If you wish to withdraw from your eMajor course(s) complete the withdrawal form below. If you have non-eMajor courses, you will withdraw by visiting the Registrar's Office located in Lambdin Hall. Courses dropped by the official midterm date will be assigned a grade of "W". While a grade of "W" does not count in the student's cumulative grade point average, it does count in attempted hours for financial aid purposes and could affect a student's eligibility for aid if there are repeated withdrawals. Courses dropped after the official midterm date will be assigned a punitive grade of "WF".

Complete Withdrawal from the College after Drop/Add: If you have any eMajor courses, complete the withdrawal form below. If you have non-eMajor courses, you must also call the Registrar's Office at (678) 359-5022 to withdraw from your entire course schedule. Be sure to tell them that you have also withdrawn from your eMajor course. Please visit Gordon State College's Official withdrawal dates.

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Kennesaw State University Withdrawals

Note: the information below was provided by Kennesaw State University. However, you should refer to that institution's web site to make sure you are aware of current policies.

KSU eMajor students wanting to withdraw from one or more eMajor classes before the last day to withdraw without academic penalty may do so by completing the online eMajor withdrawal form. Students who officially withdraw from courses before the last day to withdraw without academic penalty will receive a grade of "W" and receive no credit. Students who officially withdraw after the last day to withdraw without academic penalty and before the last week of the semester or who have exceeded the maximum number of withdrawals will receive a grade of "WF," which will be counted as an "F" in the calculation of their grade point average.

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Middle Georgia State University Withdrawals

Note: the information below was provided by Middle Georgia State University. However, you should refer to that institution's web site to make sure you are aware of current policies.

Middle Georgia State University eMajor students desiring to withdraw from one or more eMajor classes by the midpoint of the term may do so by completing the online eMajor withdrawal form. After doing so, the student will be assigned a grade of "W" for those course(s). While a grade of "W" does not count in the student's cumulative grade point average, it does count in attempted hours for financial aid purposes and could affect a student's eligibility for aid if there are repeated withdrawals.

Middle Georgia State University eMajor students must drop their eMajor classes after Drop/Add through eMajor by completing the eMajor Withdrawal Form. The deadline for doing so can be found here. The withdrawal information will be sent to the Middle Georgia State University Registrar for processing in Banner. Before Drop/Add ends, notify the Registrar if you wish to cancel a class or change your eMajor schedule

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Savannah State University

Note: the information below was provided by Savannah State University. However, you should refer to that institution's web site to make sure you are aware of current policies.

Students are allowed to withdraw with a "W" a maximum of six times as an undergraduate at Savannah State University, excluding hardship and military withdrawals.

Withdrawal from Courses after Drop/Add: If you wish to withdraw from your eMajor course(s), complete the withdrawal form at the link below. If you have non-eMajor courses, you will withdraw from those in PAWS.

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South Georgia State College Withdrawals

Note: the information below was provided by South Georgia State College. However, you should refer to that institution's web site to make sure you are aware of current policies.

Partial Withdrawal from Courses after Drop/Add:
If you wish to withdraw from your eMajor course(s) complete the withdrawal form below. To do a partial withdrawal from a non-eMajor course, please complete the withdrawal form located on the SGSC Registrar's Office website.

Complete Withdrawal from the College after Drop/Add:
If you have any eMajor courses, complete the eMajor withdrawal form below for those courses. If you have non-eMajor courses, you must also complete the SGSC Withdrawal Form located on the Registrar's Office website and indicate on the form that you are withdrawing from "All of my courses this term". Contact information and where the form should be submitted can be found in the top right hand corner of the form. Be sure to indicate that you have also withdrawn from your eMajor course.

Withdrawal by Midterm vs. after Midterm: Courses dropped by the official midterm date will be assigned a grade of "W". While a grade of "W" does not count in the student's cumulative grade point average, it does count in attempted hours for financial aid purposes and could affect a student's eligibility for aid if there are repeated withdrawals. Courses dropped after the official midterm date will be assigned a punitive grade of "WF". Please review the SGSC Academic Calendar for official midterm dates. Note that the SGSC withdrawal deadlines may differ from eMajor withdrawal deadlines.

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University of North Georgia Withdrawals

Note: the information below was provided by the University of North Georgia. However, you should refer to that institution's web site to make sure you are aware of current policies.

Withdrawal from Courses after Drop/Add:
If you wish to withdraw from your eMajor course(s) complete the withdrawal form below. If you have non-eMajor courses you will withdraw from those on Banner. Refunds are not issued for course withdrawals unless you are withdrawing officially from the University. Financial Aid Recipients who decide not to attend should contact the Financial Aid office to find out how the withdrawal will affect them by calling 706-864-1412.

Withdrawal from the University:
If you decide not to attend UNG for a semester for which you have registered and have paid your fees, you must officially withdraw from the university. If you have any eMajor courses, complete the withdrawal form below. If you have non-eMajor courses, you must also call the Registrar's Office at 706-864-1760 to withdraw from your course or the university. Be sure to tell them that you have also withdrawn from your eMajor course. Contact Student Financial Services at 706-864-1409 to determine if a refund is due and when it will be processed. Financial Aid Recipients who decide not to attend and have financial aid which covers all of their bill, will be obligated to repay the financial aid award if they do not withdraw from the university.

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University of West Georgia Withdrawals

To withdraw from your eMajor course(s), first determine your withdrawal type below:

Type 1: Withdrawal from Courses after Drop/Add:

Type 2: Withdrawal from the University. If you are completely withdrawing from UWG (withdrawing from all courses), then you must complete a two-step process (Failure to complete both steps will result in a grade of "F"):

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Valdosta State University Withdrawals

Note: the information below was provided by Valdosta State University. However, you need to refer to that institution's web site to make sure you are aware of current policies.

The withdrawal period begins after the late registration and Drop/Add period. Prior to the midterm, Instructors may issue a grade of "W" for students who withdraw from classes. After the midterm, instructors have the option of assigning a "W" or "WF"- "Withdraw Failing" for the course. This will be reflected on the students academic transcript.

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