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Course Withdrawal Information (March 2)

02 March 2020 By Academic Affairs In LUJ Blog
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Dear Academic Students,

Due to the recent (2-week) closure of the LUJ campus, we will temporarily change our Course Withdrawal procedures to best accommodate the current situation. For those who wish to withdraw from a course, please carefully read our advices and follow the instructions shown below.

WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW BEFORE WITHDRAWING FROM A COURSE

  1. Before you make up your mind on withdrawing from a course, please make sure that you consult with your instructor to find the true status of your course progress. You instructor may have different view on your outcome of your final grade.
  2. No payment refunds (including time and efforts you have already invested.
  3. Your expected graduation term may be extended due to the shortage of credit hours by withdrawing from a course this term.
  4. The course level that you can register for maybe affected.
  5. If you are on the school-sponsored visa, you may not reduce your workload below nine semester hours after withdrawing from one or more courses. If you also repeatedly withdraw from courses and slow down on your academic progress, you may increase the chance of not getting your student visa renewed by the Immigration Bureau.

COURSE WITHDRAWAL INSTRUCTIONS

Instead of coming to the Academic Affairs office to pick up the withdrawal form, the students who wish to withdraw from a course may send an email request.

     Please send your request to the following parties:
               To: Academic Affairs ()
               CC: Your Instructor and Academic Advisor

     Required information to include in order to successfully withdraw from your course:
               Full Name:
               LUJ Student ID:
               LUW Student ID:
               Course Code and Section (e.g. GEN100.J1):
               Title of course (e.g. Writing Workshop):
               Credit hours (e.g. 1 cr., 3 cr., or 4 cr.):
               Do you have a school-sponsored visa? (Answer by Yes or No):
               Do you receive military benefits? (Answer by Yes or No):
               Do you receive U.S. Financial Aid? (Answer by Yes or No):

Should you have any questions, please contact Academic Affairs at  or call us at 03-3225-0426. There may be further notifications from our department, so we advise you to pay close attention to this LUJ Blog.

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