Services for Students with Disabilities
The Office of Disabilities Services serves students with learning disabilities, physical disabilities, and psychological disabilities. A campus advocate for the needs of students with disabilities ensures can be engaged so that all students have an equal opportunity to access academic programs and other aspects of university life.
Student Health Services
Information on Widener student required pre-matriculation immunization and health policies can be found on the Student Health Services website.
Colleges and universities are required to provide information and access to voter registration information. Widener distributes voting information and voter registration materials annually on campus to students. Online information on registering to vote and forms to complete can be found at the Federal Election Commission website.
Complete Withdrawal Procedures
Undergraduate and graduate student catalogs contain information about complete withdrawal procedures. Additional information on withdrawal from Widener University and financial implications, including refund policies and financial aid adjustments can be found in the Guide to Fees and Payment published each year and the Widener Financial Aid Handbook under Forms and Publications on the Student Financial Services website.
If you completely withdraw from the University and have received financial aid, you may be responsible for returning financial aid funds you have received based on the eligibility requirements set by the federal government.
Enrollment Services will provide students with information on adjustment of charges, and financial aid awards if appropriate, and arrange exit counseling for students who have borrowed educational loan funding.
Widener University's complete withdrawal policy provides an overview of the process.