Withdrawing from school is a major decision. You may wish to consider taking a
leave of absence, if you are eligible, or taking a reduced course load. There are
many people available on campus to help you make the best decision for your situation.
This list is intended to provide you with names and phone numbers of some of the
offices and people who are ready to assist you.
- The Counseling Center can
help you with personal issues at (603) 862-2090.
- The Deans' Office and Advising Centers can help you
with academic issues and determine if you are eligible for a Leave of Absence.
- Financial Aid and/or Business Services can help with financial
- Financial Aid
(Stoke Hall) at (603) 862-3600.
Services (Stoke Hall). Ask for Judy Muller or Rod Boivin at (603) 862-2230.
Services can also inform you about the financial consequences of withdrawing. Ask
for Cheryl Goetz at (603) 862-0091.
- The Registrar's
Office will help you complete your withdrawal form. Ask
for Linda Worden at (603) 862-1596.
- Residential Life and/or the Housing Office may be
able to help if you are living on-campus. Be sure to contact
Health Services if you are thinking of
withdrawing for medical reasons.
Life (5 Quad Way, 13A Hitchcock Hall): (603)862-2268.
- Housing (10
Academic Way - next to Randall and Hitchcock Hall): (603)862-2120.
Health Services (12
Ballard St.): (603)862-1098
- Other Useful numbers:
- Perkins Loan Exit Interview (Business Services):
- Meal plans or Cat's Cache questions. Ask for Val Gobron, Dining Services: (603)862-1821.
- MUB Mailroom: (603)862-6245.
- Telecom (to cancel
your access code): (603)862-1030.