disenroll

[dis-en-rohl]
verb (used with object)
to dismiss or cause to become removed from a program of training, care, etc.: The academy disenrolled a dozen cadets.

Origin:
1625–35; dis-1 + enroll

disenrollment, noun
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List eligible family members you wish to cover or disenroll.
The individual chooses the date they wish to disenroll from the program.
It is the employee's responsibility to disenroll family member who is no longer
  eligible for coverage.
Must disenroll if nursing home placement is permanent.
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