Please submit your $200 advanced deposit along with the above form to The Office of Student Accounts.
Graduate students wishing to withdraw from a course during the withdrawal period should complete and submit the Withdrawal Form along with the Withdrawal Explanation to the Office of Registration and Records.
Graduate students who wish to leave their graduate program due to circumstances beyond your control, please simply send this completed form to firstname.lastname@example.org, and your exit from the program will be processed. You are encouraged to speak with your graduate program advisor to discuss the feasibility of obtaining a Leave of Absence as an alternative to permanently withdrawing from your graduate program.
A normal full time load of graduate study is 12 credit hours. Please submit this form to add additional coursework.
Complete this form to request a leave of absence. Submit it to the Graduate Director of the program in which they are matriculated.
Graduate Students who have been de-matriculated due to noncompliance with the continuous enrollment or time to degree policy may be eligible for reinstatement with the support of the academic department and approval of the Graduate Dean. Coursework previously completed will be accepted at the discretion of the academic department.
This form must be completed if you have been placed on academic probation. The form must be signed by the student, faculty advisor and dean of The Graduate School before registering for classes.
Graduate students that have registered for the maximum number of thesis/project credits and have not completed the thesis/project must register for TCC credit by submitting the completed form to the Office of Registration and Records.
Eligible undergraduate students may take up to twelve credits of graduate coursework at The College at Brockport (no more than six credits in a single semester).
The Consortium Agreement allows students to receive financial aid from The College at Brockport for graduate courses taken at another school (host institution).