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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 their 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 The effective date by which a student is withdrawn is determined at the discretion of the student’s school/program.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 they 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.