Withdrawing from UNC Charlotte


Students must be enrolled at UNC Charlotte in order to use Student Health Center services.   Students who withdraw from the University, whether they receive a refund of the Health Fee or not, are not eligible for medical services except for one follow-up visit at the discretion of the attending provider for an illness or injury treated immediately prior to the withdraw.  However, students who withdraw from the University may continue to use the Student Health Center pharmacy.  For more information, call 704-687-7400 and select Appointments.


Students who are enrolled in the Student Blue Student Health Insurance and withdraw from the university after the January 31st deadline and have NOT paid the health insurance premium before March 1, 2020, will be automatically withdrawn from the Student Blue Student Health Insurance plan. If a student received services at the Student Health Center, those charges will be forwarded to Student Accounts. If the student filed a claim for service(s) off campus, that facility will bill the student for the services received

Students who have withdrawn from the university but paid for the Student Blue Health Insurance may continue to use the student health insurance but they cannot be seen at the Student Health Center. 

There will be no reimbursement of the premium even if the student wishes to cancel the Student Health Insurance if a student withdraws from the university after the deadline of March 1, 2020. Students who withdraw in the Fall will be covered by Student Blue Student Health Insurance until December 31. Students who withdraw in the Spring will be covered until July 31.

For more information about UNC Charlotte’s withdrawal process, go to the Withdrawal Services web site:

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For more information about insurance, contact the Student Insurance Office in the Student Health Center.

Phone 704-687-7435. Email myinsurance@uncc.edu