Withdrawing from the University of South Carolina
The Student Success Center is committed to helping students succeed at USC. However, if a student is considering withdrawing from school, we are also here to help create a plan of action to stay or transition out of school. For more information, please consult the appropriate link above.
Information for Students
Thinking of taking a break or completely withdrawing from school? Not sure of other options or the future implications of your decision?
Our Coordinator of Early Intervention and Withdrawal provides one-on-one counseling and helps map out an outlook and resource plan for students.
Leaving school, temporarily or permanently, can significantly impact your future. Before you finalize your decision, contact the Student Success Center at 803-777-1000 to schedule an Exit Interview or Consultation.
Confused on the specific steps to withdraw from USC? Click Withdrawal Checklist for a downloadable guide. Note: If you drop all of your courses, you have officially withdrawn from the university.
Have you already withdrawn from USC?
The Student Success Center is currently conducting a survey to learn more about what leads to decisions to withdraw from USC. Your response will help us better support students who may consider withdrawing from the University of South Carolina in the near future. If you would, please complete a brief survey by clicking here.
Still have questions about withdrawing from USC?
We are here to help. Don’t hesitate to contact us at 803-777-1000.
|For more information, contact:
Student Success Center
803-777-1000 or firstname.lastname@example.org