FAQs for Students: Cancellation

Q: I have changed my plans to enroll at UCSC, but I keep receiving bills. What should I do? [show]

A: If it's before the first day of instruction, you should cancel your registration. Submit the Undergraduate Cancellation Notice, which includes directions for submission to the Office of the Registrar. Beginning the first day of instruction, you will need to submit a Withdrawal Petition to your College Advising Office.

Q: I'm already enrolled, but I'm unable to attend classes this quarter. What do I do? [show]

A: If it's before the first day of instruction, you should cancel your registration. Submit the Undergraduate Cancellation Notice, which includes directions for submission to the Office of the Registrar. Beginning the first day of instruction, you will need to submit a Withdrawal Petition to your College Advising Office.

Q: Classes have already begun, but I am submitting a Withdrawal Petition to my Advising Office. What sort of refund can I expect? [show]

A: It depends on how late into the quarter you submitted your Withdrawal Petition. Please see the refund schedule.

Q: I submitted a Cancellation Notice (or a Withdrawal Petition), but I am still enrolled in classes and registration fees are still posted on MyUCSC. What should I do? [show]

A: As long as you have submitted the form to cancel or withdraw, you classes will be dropped automatically and your fees will be adjusted.


 

Revised: 05/06/16