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Add, Drop, Withdrawal and Cancellation

Spring 2014
Fall 2014
January 17 September 4
  • Open add/drop period ends
  • Open add/drop period ends
  • Last day to drop a class (Part time students) and receive 90% refund on tuition
  • Last day to drop a class (Part time students) and receive 90% refund on tuition
January 21-24 September 5-11
  • Add period; instructor approval required
  • Add period; instructor approval required
January 24 September 11
  • Drop deadline (full semester courses); all students
  • Drop deadline (full semester courses); all students
  • Add deadline (full semester courses); all students
  • Add deadline (full semester courses); all students
  • Last day to drop a class (part-time students) and receive a 60% refund on tuition
  • Last day to drop a class (part-time students) and receive a 60% refund on tuition
February 7 September 25
  • Last day to withdraw from a class (part-time students) and receive a 40% refund on tuition
  • Last day to withdraw from a class (part-time students) and receive a 40% refund on tuition
March 26 November 5
  • Class withdrawal deadline for full-semester courses
  • Class withdrawal deadline for full-semester courses

 

  • Add
  • Drop
  • Withdrawal
  • Cancellations


Dropping Courses

Dropping a course or courses should be carefully considered and undertaken only after discussion with the student’s academic advisor. Any reduction in course load may affect a student’s eligibility for financial aid, participation in intercollegiate athletics, health insurance, etc. Full-time students who are carrying less than a full-time course load, minimum 12 credits, at the end of the add/drop period, will be revised to a part-time enrollment status.

Students may drop full-semester courses through the first two weeks of the semester.

Students may drop less-than-full-semester courses within the first week of class.

In all cases, it is the responsibility of students to confer with their advisor before making changes to their schedule.

In all cases, drop requests are official only with final approval by the Registrar’s Office. Courses dropped by the established dates will not appear on a student’s permanent academic record. Courses not dropped officially by the deadline will appear on his/her academic record with the appropriate grade assigned.


 

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