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Friday, March 24 is the last day to withdraw from a class without academic penalty.


Monday, April 17 is the deadline to withdraw in Split Term B.


Students who withdraw from a class must do so through the Registrar's Office, Tate 120. The 'withdrawal from a class' form is located on WesPortal, Registrar's Office - student tab. Students who stop attending class and do not withdraw by the deadline receive a grade of F.

Please review the Credit and Grading system policy. Students should consult the Financial Aid Office staff when withdrawing from a course.

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION: The Midterm deficiency report and grading period has closed. If you are not passing a class, you should have been notified by your instructor. If your instructor opted to post Midterm grades, you can find them on WesPortal, Student tab, View Midterm Grade Report. If you see the grade WIP, this means Work in Progress and your instructor opted not to post midterm grades.





Please be reminded of the Drop/Take period and important requirements during this time.

  • Courses offered in Split Term B have a Drop/Take period through March 17.
  • Review your registration for accuracy on WesPortal, Student tab, Student Schedule. Attendance and financial obligations must be met in order to maintain your enrollment. Disbursement of financial aid funds will not be processed until your professor records attendance. If you are receiving federal financial aid, please remind your professors to record attendance at every class session. If you are not registered and/or listed on the professors course roster, you may not attend class. Please come to the Registrar's Office (Tate Hall, Room 120) if you need assistance.
  • It is your responsibility to ensure that you have met all prerequisites of a course before you register for it. Prerequisites are listed in the course description. You can find all course descriptions in the Wesleyan College Catalogue.
  • Final Exams ~ Please direct all questions to your professor regarding the final exam requirements and meeting dates/time for each course. The Final Exam schedule can be downloaded on WesPortal, WesNet tab, Registrar's Office - student section.

Please send all registration inquiries to

Best wishes,

Angie Wright
Wesleyan College

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