Failure to pay your student account bill doesn’t withdraw you from IU. If you don’t withdraw properly, you risk receiving grades of F in your courses. You’ll also be responsible for all course fees, plus any applicable late fees, through the time you officially withdraw.
If you decide not to attend, you must follow the procedures below.
- Drop all of your classes
The process for cancelling your registration depends on whether or not it’s after the first week of the term.
Through the first week of the term
You can withdraw from IU without penalty during the first week of the semester. Cancel your registration by dropping all of your classes through One.IU. After you drop all classes, print a copy of your class schedule to make sure all classes were dropped
After the first week of the term
If you withdraw after the first week of classes, the classes in which you were enrolled will appear on your record with a grade of W or F as appropriate and a note with the date you withdrew.
- Cancel your housing and/or dining contract
Canceling your registration doesn’t cancel your housing contract or meal plans. If you live in campus housing, you’ll need to cancel your contracts with Residential Programs and Services (RPS). Contact RPS with questions, and be sure to follow up with them on any adjustments to your student account.
Learn how to cancel your housing contract or meal plan
- Monitor your student account
If you owe a balance on your student account, pay it by the due date. Past due balances will keep you from obtaining a transcript or registering at another IU campus.
Continue to monitor your student account and your IU email account for a few months after you withdraw to make sure all account adjustments have been made.
It can take up to 30 days for your student account to be finalized and a refund issued (if you’re due one).