Information about Cancelling Enrollment
You are strongly encouraged to contact a member of the WSU Everett student services staff or your academic coordinator if you are having problems with your health, a family emergency, inadequate finances, or other unusual circumstances so that we may have an opportunity to be of assistance. Your education is important, and we would like the opportunity to help keep you on track toward completing your degree. Please call 425-405-1600 or stop by the front desk on first floor in room 110 C.
Cancelling enrollment or reducing course load may affect the following:
- Financial Aid – Cancelling your enrollment may affect your satisfactory academic progress and your ability to obtain financial aid in the future. Be sure to speak with a financial aid representative to learn how this will affect your financial aid status.
- Personal Health Insurance – We urge you to contact your health insurance provide to find out how your coverage is affected if you are no longer a student.
- Optional Student Health Insurance – If you have questions, contact Health and Wellness Services Billing and Insurance at 509-335-8216 or visit their web site at http://hws.wsu.edu/.
- Graduate students – If you cancel your enrollment during your first semester, you will need to reapply to the graduate school before returning.
To cancel your enrollment you must fill out an online Cancellation of Enrollment form. You will need to know your network I.D. and password.If you experience technical problems contact the Registrar’s Office at 425-405-1714 or send an email message to Everett.email@example.com. You are not required to have a special reason to cancel your enrollment. However, there may be alternatives that should be considered before making this decision and we encourage undergraduate students to discuss all options with their academic coordinator prior to cancelling. Graduate students should consult with their faculty advisor or major department contact before completing the cancellation process.
Enrollment may be cancelled at any time during the current semester, through the last day of instruction.
Cancelling enrollment during the first 30 calendar days of the semester (or according to a prorated schedule for shorter academic terms like summer session) will result in a student’s transcript being marked “withdrew (date).” Individual courses will not be recorded.
Cancelling enrollment after the fourth week through the last day of instruction (end of the 15th week) will result in the transcript being marked “withdrew (date),” and a grade of “W” will be recorded for each course.
If you are on academic probation during the semester in which you cancel your enrollment, you must obtain permission from your academic coordinator to re-enroll at WSU Everett in a future semester.
International Students: Please meet with Anna McLeod, Associate Director of Student Affairs (firstname.lastname@example.org) to cancel your enrollment. You will need to supply an offer of admission letter from the school you will be attending.
- If you wish to return to WSU Everett for a future semester, please contact the Office of Student Services at 425-405-1600 for information.
- Any tuition and/or fees you owe to Washington State University must be paid in a timely manner to avoid being referred to a collection agency, which could result in additional fees and a negative entry on your credit record.
- Cancelling enrollment may affect your health insurance. Contact your personal health insurance provider if you have questions.
|____||Complete the On-line Cancellation of Enrollment Form.|
|____||Student Accounts. Review your account to ensure that you are aware of outstanding loans, parking fines, library or telephone charges, medical fees, etc. before you leave the campus. Transcripts will not be issued to you, another school, or a potential employer if you have an outstanding balance on your account.|
|____||Financial Aid. Cancellation of your enrollment may affect your financial aid status. Cancellation of financial aid may result in your owing money to WSU if the amount of aid cancelled exceeds the amount of WSU charges. Contact the WSU Everett Office of Financial Aid and Scholarships at 360-546-9559, 425-405-1714 or 425-405-1744 for complete details on how your cancellation may affect your current and future financial aid status.|
|____||Optional Student Medical Insurance. If you have purchased optional student medical insurance and wish to receive a partial or full refund please contact Health and Wellness Services, Washington Building (509-335-8216). (NOTE: If you call the WSU Everett Office of Student Services at 360-546-9559 we will transfer you to the Pullman campus). There is a published deadline for each semester after which no refunds will be made.|
Contact Information for WSU Everett
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