Full College Withdrawal

Withdrawing from The College for Traditional Undergraduate

Students are encouraged to work with their faculty and academic advisors to plan how best to put their studies on hold. A student who chooses to withdraw from The College must realize that the withdrawal will remain on their permanent transcript. A student is legally registered until he/she files an official withdrawal or completes the course. Any student who withdraws from the College during the course of the academic year must complete an Official Withdrawal Form.

To initiate your request, please contact:

David Bauman
Assistant Dean of Students for Advisement and Retention
dbauman@css.edu, (218)723-6179, Tower 2140

Withdrawing from The College for Graduate Students

Students are encouraged to work with their faculty and academic advisors to plan how best to put their studies on hold. A student who chooses to withdraw from The College must realize that the withdrawal will remain on their permanent transcript. A student is legally registered until he/she files an official withdrawal or completes the course. Any student who withdraws from the College during the course of the academic year must first contact his/her academic advisor with questions concerning their enrollment status.

Withdrawing from The College for Online and Accelerated Learning Students

Students are encouraged to work with their faculty and academic advisors to plan how best to put their studies on hold. A student who chooses to withdraw from The College must realize that the withdrawal will remain on their permanent transcript. A student is legally registered until he/she files an official withdrawal or completes the course. Any student who withdraws from the College during the course of the academic year must first contact his/her academic advisor with questions concerning their enrollment status.

Important Dates

Dec 15
Last day of regular schedule

Dec 16
Fall Commencement 

Dec 22 - Jan 15
Semester Break

Jan 16
Spring semester begins