• Photo of the Wescott Building and the brick FSU archway in front of it
  • Photo of pink azelea flowers in bloom on campus during spring
  • Photo of Orientation leaders touring through campus with students
  • Photo of a stonework owl and book emblem on the outside Eppes Hall
  • Photo of the top of University Center's three torches fountain, with Doak Stadium in the background
  • Photo of a family on the campus of Florida State University during Parents' Weekend
  • Photo of orientation leaders stopped in front of a residency hall while touring with students through campus
  • Photo of three students lounging in the grass on Landis Green
  • Photo of the stained glass windows inside Dodd Hall
  • Photo of the University Center's three torches fountain of Vires, Artes, Mores
  • Wide-shot photo of Wescott Fountain and the circular brick pathway around it
  • Photo of the front of the Wescott Building

Office of Withdrawal Services

Every college student, at some point, faces the possibility of enduring a hardship that may require withdrawal from the university.

The Withdrawal Services staff provides support to students and their families when a student’s enrollment is unexpectedly interrupted due to unforeseen circumstances (personal, family, medical or mental health reasons, and/or other crisis). Students who must leave during a current semester must officially withdraw (all classes) through the Department of Student Support and Transitions.

If a withdrawal is necessary, it is best to start with the Academic Dean of your College to discuss the implications and viability of withdrawing, as well as, any alternative academic options that may exist.

A Withdrawal Advisor will explain the withdrawal application process at its various stages, refers students to their Academic Dean and offers other University support services as needed. Students are notified of the final decision in writing and a University record of the completed withdrawal is maintained.

The Florida State University Center is located on the corner of West Pensacola Street and Champions Way. If you need directions, please visit our Contact Us page or call our office.

Upcoming Important Dates
  • Summer 2022 BEGINS
    • Session A & C - May 9, 2022
    • Session B - June20, 2022
    • Session F - May 9, 2022
  • Administrative Cancellations (through Fourth Day of Classes) — Last Day to cancel enrollment and have fees removed (No withdrawal is needed): 
    • Session A & C - May 12, 2022
    • Session B - June 23, 2022
    • Session F - May 12, 2022
  • Up to the Fourth Week of Classes - Students withdrawing will receive a 25% Refund Adjustment without receiving a grade. Students will be liable for 75% of their tuition and fees; Last Day: 
    • Session A - May 20, 2022
    • Session B - July 1, 2022
    • Session C - June 3, 2022
    • Session F - May 27, 2022
  • Summer prorated Seventh Week of Classes - Last day for students to withdraw without receiving a grade; 100% liable for tuition and fees: 
    • Session A - May 27, 2022
    • Session B - July 8, 2022
    • Session C - June 24, 2022
    • Session F - June 3, 2022
  •  END of Summer prorated 12th Week of classes. *Deadline for late drops with Dean's permission:
    • Session A - June 10, 2022
    • Session B - July 22, 2022
    • Session C - July 15, 2022
    • Session F - June 17, 2022
  • Last Day to Officially withdraw from the University: 
    • July 29, 2022
  • Summer 2022 SEMESTER ENDS: 
    • July 29, 2022

Please check with the college of your major for other important dates.

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