For a number of different reasons, a student may find themselves in a position where they no longer wish to or are in a position to continue on their programme. In this case a student would de-register from the University.
Deregistering means that a student officially notifies the Unversity that s/he is leaving their programme. Students remain liable for fees up to the date they officially withdraw from the University.
In order to de-register, a student must:
- Students can deregsiter through their Registration Portal
- Once logged into your student registration information you can select to submit a De-registration Request -
- In the case of International students who are in SETU Waterford on a study visa, via the International Office, if a student has deregistered from their programme, the student must satisfy the requirements of the Immigration Authorities in Ireland as outlined by the Waterford Immigration Office.
This process officially notifies the University that a student has left their programme. Following on from this a letter is sent to confirm that the de-registration has been processed. Once deregistered you will no longer have access to University facilities.