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Dropping Classes and Withdrawls
As a veteran, you must immediately inform the Veterans Resource Center if you have any reduction in units (i.e. you drop a class or change a class for one that has fewer units). The last day of attendance in that class must be reported immediately to the Veteran’s Administration in order to avoid over payments. We recommend meeting with a veteran's counselor who will discuss what you need to do.
An excessive number of dropped classes, also known as W units (i.e. classes that you drop after date) may lead to academic probation or disqualification which will ultimately lead to your G.I. benefits being discontinued.
If you are an active or reserve service member in the United States military, you may receive orders that force you to withdrawal from your courses. If this occurs, upon verification of your orders, you may receive an ‘MW’ (military withdrawal) at any point after being in the class over thirty percent (30%) of the time from when the class started.
If you need to repeat a class, inform the Office of Veterans Affairs and visit your veteran's counselor to create a new Student Education Plan (SEP).