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Note: You are currently viewing documentation for Moodle 2.2. Up-to-date documentation for the latest stable version is available here: Unenrolment.

To unenrol from a course, a student needs to:

  1. Go to the course.
  2. In the Administration block, click on the “Unenrol me from …” link (if visible) to unenrol from the current course.

However, by default, this link is visible only to those whose roles are "teacher" or above. There is a good reason for this: Normally, to unenrol, a student is supposed to talk to a teacher or administrator.

If this student self-unenrolment feature is needed, the administrator needs to:

  1. Go to ► Administration ► Users ► Permissions ► Define roles.
  2. Edit Student permissions.
  3. Set Unassign own roles moodle/role:unassignself to "Allow".

NOTE: The administrator can do this for the whole site or just for particular courses by using the roles links in each context. For example, in a course, by clicking on the Override Roles tab and changing the respective settings.

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