The mission of Tennessee Temple University is to provide Christ-centered
higher education that transforms lives academically and spiritually for the glory of God.
Withdrawal from a Class (form below)
After the add/drop period, your tuition for the dropped class will be prorated according to the Tuition Refund Schedule found in the Academic Catalog at http://www.tntemple.edu/catalog-1. Fees are non-refundable after the add/drop period. Please be aware that dropping courses could produce changes in your awarded financial aid. If you fall below full time, your scholarships and/or federal aid may be returned. Please refer to the Academic Calendar for add/drop period and the dates for the last day to withdraw with a “W”.
You have until the first day of class to withdraw with a full refund of the tuition and fees. After class starts, your tuition for the dropped class will be prorated according to the Tuition Refund Schedule found in the Academic Catalog at http://www.tntemple.edu/catalog-1. Fees are non-refundable after classes begin. Please be aware that dropping courses could produce changes in your awarded financial aid. Please see the Online Academic Calendar at http://www.tntemple.edu/online-learning-1 for dates for the last day to withdraw with a “W”.
*Residential students should contact the Records Office for instructions regarding withdrawal from a course; online students may fill out the Online Learning Withdrawal Form. Tuition adjustments are based on the date of authorized and written withdrawal, not the student's last date of attendance. It is the student’s responsibility to withdraw officially from a class, and all students should be aware that there are negative academic and financial consequences if they fail to do so. This policy includes all classroom courses for credit, independent studies for credit, internships, practicums, and audit courses.
Withdrawal from the University
Any residential student desiring to drop their entire schedule and withdraw from the university must not only withdraw from classes, but must complete the exit process and receive the necessary signatures from:
- The instructor of the last class attended
- Campus Security
- Cierpke Memorial Library
- The Office of Student Development
- The Office of Financial Aid
- The Business Office
Students who withdraw before their federal aid has been “earned” may have to return their federal aid (see the academic catalog). Students living in the dormitory must turn in keys and ID card when checking out with their RD or RA. Any off-campus student must turn in the ID card to the Office of Student Development.