Adding & Dropping Classes
Add, Drop (NGR) and Withdrawal deadlines can be found on
Instructors have the option of dropping students who do not attend either of
the first two class meetings or because of excessive absences (four consecutive
or six cumulative hours).
Students may attempt to add into open full-term classes during the registration
period prior to the start of instruction.
To add after the start of instruction, attend the first class meeting and obtain
an Add Authorization Number and register by the Add Deadline. Instructors have
Add Authorization Numbers at the beginning of the term. Use
CLASS-Web to enroll with your Add Authorization Numbers before the deadline date.
Students are responsible for dropping or withdrawing from classes. Failure to follow the withdrawal procedures may result in a grade of
"F". Students who drop before the No Grade of Record (NGR) period
will not have a grade appear on their transcript. Use
CLASS-Web to drop any course. If a class is cancelled or a drop occurs before the NGR
deadline, the resulting balance on the student account can be applied to future
terms or students may apply for refunds through the Office of Admissions & Records.
Students are responsible for dropping or withdrawing from classes. Use
CLASS-Web to withdraw from classes prior to the "W" deadline date. "W"
grades are subject to all fees and/or tuition. Withdrawals do not affect student
GPA; however, excess "W" notations may result in poor progress or
dismissal status, and may affect financial aid or athletic eligibility. Full
payment of enrollment fees (and tuition fees, if applicable) is required for
courses dropped with grades of "W".
Extenuating Circumstances Withdrawal
Students may withdraw from a class with extenuating circumstances after the
Withdrawal deadline. An Extenuating Circumstances Withdrawal Petition,
available through Counseling, along with supporting documentation must be
filed by the student with the instructor who will approve and verify that
the class is being passed with a minimum grade of D. If approved, the petition
is forwarded to the Dean of Counseling for final approval. Circumstances that
will be considered are acute medical problems, acute personal or family problems,
employment-related problems, or other similar circumstances preventing a student
from completing the class.