We are pleased to announce that Summer Session classes will resume on Monday, June 23 and that UI faculty and staff are working to ensure that students will be able to complete their summer session courses. Students are encouraged to check their courses on ISIS to see if the meeting time and/or location has been change.
The university understands that some students already may have returned home and would prefer to withdraw from summer session. Students who withdraw their registration for the 6-week and/or 8-week summer sessions and who have been assessed tuition and fees for these sessions will have their tuition and fees fully refunded.
Students have until Friday, June 27 to make a decision as to whether to withdraw their registration for the 8-week summer session. Students who drop an 8-week session course by 4:30 p.m., Friday, June 27, will not be held responsible for the tuition and mandatory fees associated with that course.
We know students count on summer session courses for many reasons--four-year plan, meet prerequisites for admission into academic programs--and that withdrawing their registration or dropping a course can have an impact on their academic plans, fall semester registrations and/or financial aid. Because of the extraordinary circumstances of the flood, we ask students to follow the procedures outlined below to withdraw their registrations.
Students who have left the University campus and who do not plan to return to complete summer session.
- Students advised by the Academic Advising Center should send an email to their advisor or to the AAC website (
email@example.com) with a request to withdraw their summer registration. Their academic advisor will contact the student to discuss any impact the withdrawal might have on the student's program and to discuss appropriate changes in student's fall schedule. Their advisor will send an email to the Registrar approving the withdrawal. The Registrar will then withdraw these students. Students who have questions about the impact of withdrawal on their financial aid should contact Cynthia Seyfer at 319-335-1444 or firstname.lastname@example.org. Students advised by colleges or departments should email email@example.com, phone (319-335-0238) fax (319-335-1999) the Registrar to request that their summer session registrations be withdrawn. Students should contact their college, department or the Academic Advising Center firstname.lastname@example.org if they have questions about the impact of withdrawing on their academic programs. Students who have questions about the impact of withdrawal on their financial aid should contact Cynthia Seyfer at 319-335-1444 or email@example.com All student athletes must contact Athletic Student Services (319-335-9384 or 319-335-9598) prior to withdrawing their registration or dropping a course. International students who are new to UI this summer must contact the Office of International Students and Scholars (319-335-0335; e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org) prior to withdrawing their registrations. International students who were also enrolled for spring 2008 do not need to contact OISS.
The Academic Advising Center will serve as a campus-wide resource for students who wish to discuss the potential impact of withdrawing on their academic programs. Students can send their questions to the Center's email address