Withdrawal due to Major Medical Issues—Medical Hardship Policy

College of Saint Mary recognizes that major documented medical issues may make it necessary for a student to withdraw from one or more classes during a semester. If this situation occurs, the student should meet with the Director of Student Accounts to obtain information to develop a plan to manage the financial burden that may be incurred. If approved, this plan may allow her to re-take the same number of credits from which she withdrew with no additional tuition charge, provided these classes are taken during the same semester, within one year of withdrawal.

Documentation should be submitted to the Director of Student Accounts within two weeks of the official withdrawal. The Medical Hardship Committee will make the final determination about accommodations.