Students who drop to zero (0) hours in a semester or term must officially withdraw from the University. This process is initiated in the office
of the student's academic dean. Students may withdraw by the deadline for Q-dropping (50th class day of a fall or spring semester; 15th class
day of a 5-week summer term; 35th class day of a 10-week summer semester). After the deadline, deans may permit students to withdraw under
non-academic extenuating circumstances.
Withdrawals cannot be granted once final exams have begun. Click
here for the Student Request for Official Withdrawal form
and specific withdrawal instructions.
For additional information about withdrawing from the University, see Part I, Section 17 of the
Texas A&M University Student Rules.
Special Note Withdrawal Due to Call-Up to Active Military Duty: A special procedure has been established for students who must
withdraw from the University because they have been called to active military duty. Click
here for information specific to students who withdraw
under these circumstances.