Students who want to withdraw from Competency-Based Mathematics must complete the following three steps:
Step 1. Inform their teacher or high school counselor of their desire to withdraw.
Step 2. Email the Institute for Academic Outreach at email@example.com and express their desire to withdraw.
Step 3. Pay their account balance in full including the tuition and any applicable interest and late fees.
After the student has informed the Institute for Academic Outreach and their teacher of their desire to withdraw, the Institute will process the student’s withdrawal on the basis of a standing order from the Associate Provost stating that students in Competency-Based Mathematics withdrawing from the course at any time prior to the end of the local school district’s school year may withdraw without appeal.
The Institute maintains records of all withdrawal requests.
Homeschool Students: For homeschool students who do not have a fixed academic year, Truman defines the last day of the academic year as May 31.
Important Note: If a student fails to notify the Institute for Academic Outreach and their teacher of their desire to withdraw, the grade they earned, whether they completed the coursework or not, will be denoted on their transcript and will affect their Truman grade point average. If the student did not earn at least 70% on each test or did not complete all of the tests, they will receive a failing grade.