The decision to withdraw from study is a significant one. You may find your situation changes and you are not able to continue as planned. It is worth looking into the reasons why you are considering withdrawing from your course of study as Flinders has a wide range of support services that could help you make the right decision.

If you are thinking of changing your study arrangements due to personal or medical issues, Flinders has a range of support services available to help you. This could include talking to the Health, Counselling and Disability service or having a chat with your college (and International Student Services if you are an international student) to understand your options, prior to withdrawing It may be that with additional support you are able to continue with your course.

If you need a break, you may be able to take a formal leave of absence which allows you to suspend your studies for between six months and a year, while maintaining your position in your course.

Perhaps you are not sure if your current course is right for you, or you may have decided on a different career path. If so, you may be able to apply for an internal transfer into a different course.

For more information about the full range of support available please visit the support and services directory.

If you do wish to withdraw completely, before doing so, please note the census date for each of your topics. The census date is the last day to withdraw without incurring student contribution amounts, tuition fees or student services and amenities fees. Also note the critical enrolment dates.
To withdraw from your studies, you must ensure you have withdrawn from all topics, including any in future study periods. Otherwise you will incur the fees for any courses you remain enrolled in after the relevant census date(s)
If you need further assistance, please contact Flinders Connect.


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