If you feel uncertain about carrying on at Lancaster, it is important that you talk it through with the relevant Director of Studies (at Part II this is the Director of Undergraduate Studies for Students) or one of the other support services such as your college personal tutor or someone in Student Based Services. Some initial written advice is also available at http://www.lancs.ac.uk/sbs/thebase.html
Should you decide to leave, it is essential that you do not just walk out. You should contact the Student Support Office who will discuss your plans with you and formally approve your withdrawal. The Student Support Office will inform the Student Registry in order that we can arrange with your Local Education Authority to have payment of your loan and tuition fees stopped. If you have any books on loan from the Library or are in possession of any university equipment or property, please make sure you return these - it will save you and us a lot of unnecessary letters and telephone calls.
In order to safeguard your entitlement to funding for any future course, you should seek advice as soon as possible. Full details on this, and information regarding a transfer to another course/college, may be obtained from the Student Registry.
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