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IMPORTANT: Students must consult with their school/program regarding specific policies and procedures relating to registration, cancellations and withdrawals. Most schools/programs have more prescriptive policies and procedures regarding these matters. It is the student's responsibility to consult with their school/program for more information.
Students, who advance register and subsequently decide to not attend the University, must notify their school/program, in writing, prior to the first day of instruction. If the school/program has not received a request for cancellation by 4:30 p.m. prior to the first day of instruction, the University will assume the student plans to attend and accepts his/her financial obligation.
Beginning with the first day of instruction, students who wish to terminate their registration must submit their intent to withdrawal, in writing, to their respective school/program in accordance with the policies and procedures of their school/program.
Any student compelled to leave the University prior to the conclusion of the term must submit their intent to withdrawal, in writing, to their respective school/program in accordance with the policies and procedures of their school/program. A withdrawal is not considered official until the school/program has received and accepted the student’s written letter of intention to withdraw (and any other requisite documentation). The effective date by which a student is withdrawn is determined at the discretion of the student’s school/program.
A student who does not formally withdraw from their school/program as described above may receive marks of failure in all courses and will forfeit the right to any refund to which he/she may otherwise be entitled.
Changes to Registration
Changes to a student’s registration are managed independently by the various schools/programs at the University of Maryland, Baltimore. Students should consult with the policies and procedures provided by their school/program before making any changes to their registration.