Law School & Course Withdrawal

Withdrawing From a Course

A student who wishes to withdraw from a law school course after the semester begins should contact the law school’s registrar, Dr. Connie Shipman, during normal business hours (weekdays, 9:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.), and request, complete, and return to her the appropriate form (also available online here).

Contact:

Dr. Connie Shipman, Registrar
Campbell Law School
225 Hillsborough, Office #406C
Raleigh, NC 27603
919-865-4660
shipman@campbell.edu

As a general rule (but subject to University policies and federal law), dropping a course has no adverse financial impact (nor triggers any tuition refund) if the student remains registered for credits sufficient to remain a full-time student.

A student is encouraged to consult with the law school’s registrar, or its Associate Dean for Academic Affairs, to discuss any possible adverse academic impact (including, without limitation, transcript notation) triggered by dropping a course.

Withdrawing From Law School

A student who wishes to withdraw from the law school (whether temporarily or permanently) should contact the law school’s Associate Dean for Academic Affairs, Professor Sarah Ludington, during normal business hours (weekdays, 9:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.) and schedule an appointment. The student also should review and complete the appropriate form, available online here.

Contact:

Associate Dean Sarah Ludington
Campbell Law School
225 Hillsborough, Office #401C
Raleigh, NC 27603
919-865-4653
ludingtons@campbell.edu

Tuition Refund Policy

Withdrawing from law school may have an adverse financial impact (including, without limitation, accelerating student loan repayments). A student who wishes to withdraw from the law school is strongly encouraged to review the University’s tuition refund policy and schedule an appointment, during normal business hours (weekdays, 9:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.) with the law school’s Assistant Director of Financial Aid, Ms. Lisa Clark.

Contact:

Lisa Clark
Assistant Director of Financial Aid
Campbell Law School
225 Hillsborough, Office #102C
Raleigh, NC 27603
919-865-5990
clarkl@campbell.edu

Exceptions

Any student seeking to withdraw from the law school who believes that medical, military or other circumstances warrant an exception from the University’s tuition refund policy must appeal to the University’s Vice President of Business and Treasurer.

Contact:

Mr. James O. Roberts
Vice President of Business & Treasurer
Campbell University
Room 111, J.A. Campbell Administration Building
Buies Creek, NC 27506
910-893-1240
roberts@campbell.edu

Academic Impact

A student is encouraged to consult with the law school’s Registrar, or its Associate Dean for Academic Affairs, to discuss any possible adverse academic impact (including, without limitation, transcript notation) triggered by withdrawing from law school.