The Registrar’s Office and the campus Dean’s Office conduct a regular review of in-person and online attendance in order to identify and support enrolled students who have not actively withdrawn or taken a leave of absence but demonstrate persistent absence. Relay defines persistent absence as having failed to attend in-person class sessions and/or complete online coursework for 30 consecutive days. Once students who demonstrate persistent absence are identified, the Registrar’s Office or campus Dean’s Office will contact these students to determine their intention to remain enrolled and provide necessary support. Students who continue to demonstrate persistent absence after they have been contacted may be administratively withdrawn from Relay. When persistently absent students do not formally inform Relay of their intention to withdraw or take a leave of absence, Relay will use the last day of in-class attendance, or the last date of sign-in to Canvas as the effective date of withdrawal.
- What should I do if I am considering leaving Relay?
- What is Relay's leave of absence policy?
- How do I take a leave of absence?
- How do I take a maternity leave or medical leave of absence?
- How do I withdraw from Relay?
- When will my withdrawal or leave of absence be processed?
- What is a program dismissal?
- What is a Persistent Absence?