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To: William Paterson University Colleagues
For the past several years, William Paterson University has automatically withdrawn students from their courses if they have not made satisfactory arrangement to pay their tuition, fees and other charges on their student accounts. Often, this dropping of students from their classes has occurred after the start of the semester which has caused many issues for students who then scramble to get back into their classes, sometimes after missing several class sessions. After a careful analysis of the effectiveness of this system and the effect this policy has on the students, the faculty, and the academic departments/deans offices, the University has decided to implement a new policy regarding the deregistration of students.
Students will no longer be able to rely on the former deregistration policy to remove them from unwanted classes by simply not paying their bill. They will need to withdraw themselves from their courses using the current university policies and will be subject to tuition charges should they withdraw from a course after the 100% refund period.
Students who do not withdraw from their courses through the approved university procedures, will not be removed from their courses after the final date to withdraw from a course, even if the student can prove that he/she did not attend any of the class sessions.
Please share this information with other members of your departments, colleges, units to ensure that everyone is aware of this important change.
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