With SHORT COURSES and WORKSHOPS running throughout the Summer!
You can withdraw from your summer course or courses any time before 5:00 p.m. on or before the “Last day to withdraw without a grade of “W,” and the course registration(s) will be deleted from your record. After this deadline, your student record will be marked with a withdrawal grade(s).
You can withdraw from your summer courses or courses any time before 5:00 p.m. on or before the “Last day to withdraw with a grade of “W,” and the course registration(s) will be marked with the administrative notation of “W” for Withdrawal.
Please see our Refund Policy for Withdrawing Students for more information about:
Non-attendance, discontinuity of study, or abandonment of study are not forms of official withdrawal from a course.
Failure to notify the university of your intention to discontinue your summer enrollment or registration, you will continue to be charged. These charges will be enforced, balances are subject to a late payment surcharge, and/or your balance may be transferred to a collection agency for action (with collection fees accruing to the debtor).
Requests for re-enrollment after a student-initiated withdrawal or university-initiated withdrawal (e.g., for nonpayment) will be considered individually. If approved and the withdrawal occurred on or after the first day of the course session, the university will apply a Late Registration Fee to the enrollment ($50 until the close of the Add/Drop period, $100 thereafter) in addition to any incurred Late Payment Fee (1.5% of balance).
A recent Bundesgymnasium graduate, Matthias decided to leave his home in Austria for six weeks and spend part of his summer studying international relations and economics at Tufts. He thought the summer before completing his zivildienst (year of public service) was the perfect time to try something new. Matthias saw the advantages of international study at a great American university before entering his "gap" year, and he knew that Tufts University had the summer courses he needed and could transfer to his home university, when the time comes.