At Florida Gulf Coast University the Student Affairs Case Manager works with the FGCU community to uphold learning environments and experiences that promote and support the social, emotional, and academic development of each FGCU student.
At times, students are faced with situations that impede their ability to flourish inside and outside of the classroom. Since every student's situation is unique, it can be difficult to determine how serious a situation is and which referrals will be most helpful.
The Student Affairs Case Manager is accessible to all members of the FGCU community to address student concerns.
Click on the following link to submit a Student of Concern form, this form will be routed to the Dean of Students Office Care Team. Please provide detailed information regarding the concern you are reporting. Once the form is received, a member of the DOS Care Team will review the information and take appropriate action, which may or may not include contacting the student, you, and any others you have identified. If you have any questions related to completing an Eagles Take Care Reporting Form, please call (239) 590-7900 or email email@example.com.
For more information on the Dean of Students Care Team, visit http://studentservices.fgcu.edu/DOS/2014-DOS-care-team.html.
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Medical withdrawal is a formal process of leaving the university during a term due to medical reasons after the University withdrawal without academic penalty deadline (as published in the Academic Calendar). Students who medically withdraw from the university will receive a grade of W in each course and may request an adjustment of his/her tuition and fees through a fee adjustment request.
Applications for medical withdrawal must meet one of the following conditions:
• Physical illness/injury
• Mental health condition
• Death (or serious injury) of an immediate family member (parent, spouse, child, or sibling)
A medical withdrawal can be initiated by submitting a completed Application for Medical Withdrawal with a personal statement and supportive documentation to the Student Affairs Case Manager. Appeals for medical withdrawal must be submitted within one term after the term for which the medical withdrawal is being requested. (I.e. Fall courses must be petitioned no later than the last day of the following spring semester).
*Students who wish to appeal for Medical Withdrawal should also inquire about Fee Adjustment http://www.fgcu.edu/Registrar/files/FEE_ADJUSTMENT_REQUEST_FORM_03282011.pdf