Students who wish to change their schedules can do so online prior to the first day of the term or once the term has begun by submitting an Add/Drop form to the Office of Records and Registration. Please note if a class has already met, students will not be permitted to enroll in it. Students may not enroll in an online class after the term has begun. All registrations in an online class must be done prior to the first day of the term. All registrations in a hybrid class must be done by the first day of the term. Permission to add a course after it has met can only be granted by the appropriate Academic Dean.
Students who do not complete the course and who do not complete the withdrawal process will receive an F unless there are extenuating circumstances. If extenuating circumstances prevail, the student must contact the Office of Counseling and Student Success to be considered for the late withdrawal process. The Academic Calendar should be reviewed carefully in terms of when the last date to drop classes is.
Withdrawing from Classes
To withdraw officially from a course, students must complete a Withdrawal Form or may submit a request electronically following the instructions under “Withdrawing from Courses.” Merely notifying the instructor is not an official withdrawal. Students who officially withdraw from a course will receive a “W’’ designation. A “W” designation will not adversely affect the student’s GPA. The withdrawal will be effective as of the date the student submits the Withdrawal Form to the Office of Records and Registration. There is a $10 Service Fee per withdrawn course. Students who do not complete the course and who do not complete the withdrawal process will receive an “F” unless there are extenuating circumstances. If extenuating circumstances prevail, the student must contact the Office of Counseling Services to be considered for the late withdrawal process.
If a student drops courses within the refund period, a refund of tuition will be processed according to the refund policy dates and no courses or grades will be included on the student’s transcript. Depending on the term and the week the student is withdrawing from he/she may receive withdrawal designations. However, the faculty member may still assign a grade of “F’’ if he or she properly notified the student by using the Faculty Notification of Possible Failure Form. After 75% of the semester is completed, students are committed to complete the courses and receive grades. A student who fails to officially withdraw will receive a grade of “F.” The “W” designation will not be issued after 75% of the course is completed unless extenuating circumstances prevail or without approval from the faculty member.
Note to all financial aid recipients: Please contact the Financial Aid Office before withdrawing from classes. Withdrawing may affect the amount of aid you were awarded or the amount of aid you can expect to receive.