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West Chester, PA 19383
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Yes. Automatic course wait lists are available for some courses. Class wait lists queue students to enroll into closed classes if seats become available, allowing for registration and schedule adjustments to be more convenient and equitable for all students.
If a student hasn't paid their student account by their due date, they are at risk of having their class schedule cancelled. Students receive several notices via their WCU email that they are at risk of cancellation. When cancelled, students are dropped from all of their semester courses.
You may need to activate your bursar account or pay your tuition bill. Contact the Office of the Bursar for all billing inquiries at 610-436-2552.
A term withdrawal is the complete withdrawal from West Chester University for a specific term. Upon withdrawal, all courses will be given a grade of “W” for the indicated term.
NOTE: Term Withdrawal may affect your financial aid and if you have any financial obligation to the University, your academic records may be unavailable until the issue is resolved. For more information about Term Withdrawal, please see the Undergraduate Catalog.
Full refunds for tuition and the general fee are available only through the eighth calendar day that the University is in session. After that, tuition and the general fee are refunded according to the refund schedule.
A course withdrawal can be done for individual courses after the drop/add period has ended. Please see our Grade and Credit Types page for information on Withdrawal "W" grades.
Readmission applications are available for students who were previously enrolled at West Chester University as degree candidates.
If you have been inactive or not registered for classes for three (3) consecutive semesters, you may need to seek Readmission.
Please visit the Readmission of Former Degree Candidates page on the Undergraduate Admissions site for more information.