Withdrawal/Drop/Add/Section Transfer

Dropping or Adding a class after classes have started, but before the schedule adjustment period ends:

Students who need to drop or add a course after classes have started, but before the schedule adjustment period ends, can do so in Self-Service or by visiting with a Student Services counselor or their advisor. If adding a course during this time, the student must be prepared to pay the day they add a course. If dropping a course during this time, the student will receive a 75% refund.

 

Transferring Sections:

Students who need to transfer from one course section to another can do so in Self-Service or by visiting with a Student Services counselor or their advisor, as long as it is before the end date of the schedule adjustment period. Students that need to transfer from one section to another after the end date of the schedule adjustment period must provide documentation of the extenuating circumstance that prevented the adjustment from occurring during the schedule adjustment period to the dean of curriculum programs or the director of admissions, records and registration (registrar). Once the course section transfer has been approved by the faculty for each course section, department head, division chair, and dean of curriculum programs, the director of admissions, records and registration (registrar) will process the course section transfer request.

 

Withdrawing after the schedule adjustment period, but before the last day to withdraw without a grade penalty:

Students who need to withdraw from a course after the end date of the schedule adjustment period, but before the last day to withdraw without a grade penalty, must complete the official withdrawal process. A withdrawal form must be completed and submitted to the student’s advisor. After the advisor and financial aid have signed the form, the Office of Admissions, Records and Registration will process the form. The student, if approved, will receive a status of W and a grade of W for the course. There is no refund associated with this withdrawal.

 

Withdrawing after the last day to withdrawal without a grade penalty:

Students who need to withdraw from a course after the last day to withdraw without a grade penalty will not be approved for an official withdrawal without a grade penalty. The Office of Admissions, Records and Registration will contact the student, via email, and explain the option of Administrative Withdrawal. The status of the course is not changed, as the original request was after the last day to withdraw without a grade penalty. There is no refund associated with this withdrawal.

 

Administrative Withdrawal:

Students may request an administrative withdrawal from the director of admissions, records and registration (registrar) based on documented extenuating circumstances. Students requesting an administrative withdrawal from a class must complete the administrative withdrawal process, which includes submitting an administrative withdrawal form, submitting copies of documentation for the extenuating circumstance, and obtaining signatures from the vice president for instructional services or designee and the vice president for student services or the director of admissions, records and registration (registrar). The Office of Admissions, Records and Registration will contact the student, via email, with the outcome of the request.