Please contact the Director of Student Services regarding any questions regarding the withdrawal process at 617-422-7401 or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Office of Financial Aid will mail you an exit packet to comply with federal regulations. If you are transferring to another school, please provide your new mailing address.
Apt. or Suite #
District of Columbia
Fed. States Micronesia
Northern Mariana Islands
Northwest Territories (Canada)
Prince Edward Island
Armed Forces America
Armed Forces Africa
Armed Forces Middle East
Armed Forces Europe
Armed Forces Canada
Armed Forces Pacific
Date of Withdrawal Request
Reason for Request to Terminate Enrollment
If transfering out, which school:
Students who wish to withdraw are advised to read the Withdrawal Process (Rule A.5) and the Settlement of Accounts of Financial Obligations sections in the Student Handbook and reviewing the Voluntary Withdrawal webpage prior to hitting the Submit Button to request a withdrawal from the Director of Student Services.
Students who are receiving Federal Title IV funds (Federal Stafford and Perkins Loans) are subject to a federally mandated refund policy. A Title IV aid recipient wishing to withdraw should consult with the Director of Financial Aid to determine the impact this will have on his or her financial aid package. Examples utilizing the federal refund policy are available from the Director of Financial Aid.
Are you receiving Financial Aid?
Are you receiving a scholarship?
Please note that if you return to the school in the future, you will be ineligible for a renewal of your scholarship
Did you attend summer school?
If so, what is the last date you attended summer class?
I confirm I have read and understood the terms of the Withdrawal Process (Rule A.5) and Settlement of Accounts of Financial Obligations at New England Law as stated in the Student Handbook