- Academic Honesty Policy
- Academic Petition Process
- Administrative Drops, Prerequisites & Student Responsibility
- College of Business Residency Requirements
- Email Correspondence
- Limitation on Number of Withdrwals
- Limitation on Repeated Courses
- Regulation 4.001 Code of Academic Integrity
- Regulation 4.002 Student Academic Grievance Procedures for Grade Reviews
- Two Semesters to Declare Policy
Limitation on Number of Withdrawals
FAU Policy as per the University Catalog:
Undergraduate students may not withdraw (with a grade of “W” or “ZR”) from more than two courses at the lower-division level (1000- and 2000-level courses) and from more than three courses at the upper-division or higher level (3000- and 4000-level courses; the limitation also applies to undergraduates taking graduate-level courses). Zero- and one-credit courses are excluded from these limitations. Exceptional Circumstance Withdrawals, which carry the “WM” grade, are excluded as well.
- You can find the number of times you have withdrawn from upper and lower division courses at the bottom of your unofficial transcript which can view via MyFAU Self Service.
- Before making the decision to withdraw from a course:
- Speak with your professor to find out the likelihood of passing.
- Be aware of the limitation on repeated courses policy.
- Check with the financial aid office if you are a financial aid recipient to find out whether withdrawing will have an impact on your aid.
Withdrawal Limit Hold
If you see this hold on your account, speak to your advisor.