Dematriculation

Dematriculation is based on the timing in which the dematriculation request is received and the enrollment status of the student as of the first day of classes for the term/session to which he/she was admitted.

  1. If a dematriculation request is received prior to the first day of classes of the term/session to which the student has been admitted, it's okay to dematric the student, regardless of whether or not the student is enrolled in courses.
  2. If the dematriculation request is received on the first day of clsses, or later, of the term/session to which the student has been admitted and the student has never been enrolled in the courses at any time for that term/session, it's okay to dematric the student.
  3. If the dematriculation request is received on the first day of classes or later of the term/session to which the student has been admitted AND the student was enrolled in the courses at any point on or after the first day of term/session, the student should not be dematriculated. The student should be withdrawn, except in cases where the applicant is deferring to a later term (see #4).
  4. If the dematriculation request is received on the first day of classes or later and the student had enrollment records but will be deferring to a later term, it will be necessary to dematric (thus removing the student program/plans) so that the new matriculation will generate the correct student career number, and a "withdrawn" program will not appear on the transcript. This will need to be coordinated with the requesting office, the SISS Office, and the Registrar's Office.