Withdrawal from The Cooper Union
Students who seek to withdraw from Cooper Union should first follow the guidelines established by their school. In withdrawing from Cooper Union, students are inactivating their record, essentially severing their relationship with the Cooper Union. This means, should a student want to return to Cooper Union, he or she will need to re-apply, and will be held to the terms of their program established at the time of re-entry. Thus if unsure, a student is encouraged to explore and discuss options such as leave of absence with their academic advisor.
Dismissal from The Cooper Union is treated as a withdrawal.
When withdrawing from The Cooper Union, students will be required to meet with a Financial Aid advisor to discuss financial aid implications such as:
- Federal Financial Aid returns
- Exit Loan Counseling including Loan Deferment and Repayment
- SAP status and next steps