Changing your major is at the discretion of UF colleges and schools. You are required to report a change of major to Student Veteran Services at the beginning of the term the change takes effect. Your academic advisor for the new major must complete this change of major form
Pursuing multiple degrees or majors or adding a minor or certificate is at the discretion of UF colleges and schools. You are required to report the pursuit of additional programs to Student Veteran Services at the beginning of the term. Your primary academic advisor must complete this form.
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Dropping a course after the drop/add period must have college approval. A grade of W will appear on your transcript and you will remain liable for course tuition and fees. Report all drops to Student Veteran Services. Dropped courses may affect your monthly stipend and could also result in an overpayment which will be the student's responsibility to repay.
Withdrawing from all courses for a semester is available at the Student Self Service portal in ONE.UF. A grade of W will appear on your transcript for each course and you will remain liable for all tuition and fees. Report the withdrawal to Student Veteran Services and submit documentation of any mitigating circumstances. Overpayment of any VA benefits will be the student's responsibility to repay.
Per Florida Statute, students shall not incur academic or financial penalties by virtue of performing military service on behalf of our country. You have the option of completing courses at a later date without penalty or withdrawing from the courses with a full refund of fees paid. Your transcript will indicate withdrawal due to active military service. You must notify Student Veteran Services which option you are selecting and submit a copy of your military orders.