Bryn Mawr College
Study Abroad Withdrawal Form
Consider carefully your decision to withdraw. Once you withdraw, you will not be allowed to reapply.
Please be sure to do the following:
1. Contact the overseas program immediately and withdraw any submitted applications. Please copy Dean Cann (tcann@bmc) on this message.
2. Email your dean and major adviser to inform them that you are withdrawing from study abroad. Please copy Dean Cann (tcann@bmc) on this message.
Study Abroad Program Withdrawal Policies and Penalties
PLEASE READ THE FOLLOWING:
Some host universities and/or study abroad programs have very strict withdrawal policies and penalties. These policies vary by university and/or study abroad program. However, in general, students should expect to pay a large penalty for dropping out of their study abroad program after a specified date. Students and families are responsible for paying all penalties and fines imposed by the program. The College will not absorb any such fees on any student's behalf. The College will not refund any tuition that is not refunded to the College by the study abroad program. To avoid fines, penalties, and non-refundable tuition that result from late withdrawals, students and families are advised to communicate, as early as possible, directly with the study abroad program about the financial implications of withdrawing from the program.
I have read the Study Abroad Program Withdrawal Policies and Penalties.
Bryn Mawr Email
Bryn Mawr ID#
Study Abroad Semester and Year (e.g., Fall 2014)
Name of Dean
Major Adviser Name
Major Advisor Email
Please indicate the reason(s) you have decided to withdraw from study abroad. Check all that apply.
Personal (e.g., religious observations, family emergency)
Logistical challenges (e.g., immigration status, housing)
Do not meet academic requirements to study abroad (e.g., placed on academic probation, need to stay at BMC to complete program requirements)
Found other BMC-sponsored international opportunities (e.g., 360° course, BMC-funded international internship)
Found other international opportunities (e.g., summer study abroad, independently identified international internship, service learning)
Found on-campus academic opportunities (e.g., invitation to do research with a faculty member, decided to pursue a second major)
Found leadership/career development opportunities on campus or in the U.S. (e.g., SGA, decided to pursue domestic internship)
If you checked "Other," please describe reason.
Have you informed your dean and major adviser of your plans to withdraw from study abroad? Please note that you may need to update your Major Work Plan accordingly.
By typing my name and the date below I acknowledge that any financial penalties incurred from the study abroad program will be my responsibility. I acknowledge that I must inform my dean and major adviser via email of my plans to withdraw from study abroad. I also acknowledge that I may need to update my Major Work Plan accordingly.
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