Voluntary withdrawal from Fordham formally terminates your relationship as a student with the University. To return to FCRH, you would need to complete an abbreviated academic readmission process (assuming you withdrew in good academic standing). If you withdrew for a physical or psychological health reason, you would also need to complete the medical re-entry process through Student Affairs.
You may voluntarily withdraw from the University during, prior to, or following a semester. Your Class Dean will evaluate what, if any, documentation (for example, a physician's letter) is required to process your withdrawal application.
If you withdraw from the University during a semester, your Class Dean will determine, based on your individual circumstances, whether your course grades for the semester of withdrawal would be recorded as withdrawals with academic penalty (WF), or without academic penalty (W).