A currently enrolled student who has registered during the advance registration period should make any necessary or desired schedule adjustments such as adding or dropping courses or changing course sections during the schedule-adjustment period of the same semester. Students may also add or drop courses during the first five class days of a fall or spring semester. Students who drop classes by the fifth day of classes in the fall and spring semesters will have their fees adjusted. (Refer to the Office of the Treasurer’s website for summer dates and other sessions). Fee adjustments are not done for classes dropped after the first week of class. Drops and withdrawals are two different functions. In a drop process, the student remains enrolled. The result of the withdrawal process is that the student is no longer enrolled for the term. The two functions have different fee adjustment policies. Fee adjustment deadlines for official withdrawal are noted on the Treasurer’s Web site.
A student may drop a full-semester course during the first 10 class days of a fall or spring semester without having the drop shown on the official academic record. After the first 10 class days, and before the drop deadline of the semester, a student may drop a course, but a mark of “W,” indicating the drop, will be recorded. A student may not drop a full-semester course after the Friday of the thirteenth week of classes in a fall or spring semester. Drop-add deadlines for partial semesters, intersessions, and summer sessions are listed on the semester calendars located on the Office of the Registrar’s website.