Approved Late Withdrawals count the same as a regularly withdrawn course.
If you were admitted at UCF in Summer 2023 or later, you are limited to a maximum of six course withdrawals at UCF, three from 1000-2000 level courses and three from 3000+ level courses.
Additionally, you may only withdraw from the same course twice. You need advisor approval if you’d like to enroll a third time. You will not be able to withdraw from the course a third time.
You must get your advisor’s approval to enroll a third time. Your academic advisor is not obligated to support your request but will take into consideration the reason(s) for your previous course withdrawals along with academic progress in your program. If approved, you will NOT be able to withdraw from the class a third time.
You can choose to withdraw from all classes in a current semester at any time before the withdrawal deadline. University policy allows up to two full semester withdrawals before the withdrawal deadline. Full semester withdrawals do not count as part of the six total withdrawals, but they do count as part of the two withdrawals per course limit.
While you are not required to see an advisor, we strongly recommend that you consult with one before withdrawing from any course to ensure you stay on track to complete your degree program’s requirements and graduate on time.
If this is your second withdrawal from the course, you will need to see an advisor before enrolling a third time.
Approved Medical Withdrawals do not count for the six total withdrawals, the two withdrawal per course limit, or the two full semester withdrawal limit.