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UNCG’s Course Withdrawal Policy has been temporarily altered for spring 2020 because of the Academic Relief Package announced by the Provost’s Office on March 27, 2020.
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The Academic Relief Package has 3 primary components for students enrolled in spring 2020 courses:

  1. Satisfactory/Unsatisfactory Opt-In Grading Option
  2. Extension of the Course Withdrawal Deadline
  3. Extension of the Deadline for Removal of Incomplete Grade

Additional information and Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) for students are now posted https://keeplearning.uncg.edu/ Please continue to check back frequently to stay informed!



In your time at UNCG, you may encounter a need to withdraw from a class, multiple classes, or from the University, but before you decide it is important that you understand the potential academic and financial impacts of withdrawing. Doing so will ensure that you are able to make an informed choice about the best possible option for you. Undergraduate, degree-seeking students who began at UNCG in fall 2014 or later will be limited to withdrawing from a maximum of 16 semester hours throughout their degree. The Students First Office is available to help you understand and interpret the withdrawal policies to help you make an informed decision about next steps.