It is the student's responsibility to add or drop his or her courses by the published deadline.
Dates are published each semester in the course schedule. It is important to know if the course is a traditional 15-week course (spring and fall term) or a traditional 10-week course (summer term); all other census dates are specified in the course schedule. Verify your census dates with an Academic Advisor, Educational Case Manager, or with the Admissions, Registration & Records office. Students may be dropped for failure to pay their outstanding balance. Students who do not attend by census date may be dropped for non-attendance. Any student dropped after the last day to register will not be permitted back into the course.
Classes dropped before the census date will not appear on an official transcript. After the census date, students have the option to withdraw without a refund, if the withdrawal is before the published last date to withdraw.
Financial aid recipients should check with the Financial Aid Office prior to dropping or withdrawing from any classes as this could affect their financial aid award and students may have to repay awards. Veterans should consult the VA Certifying Official prior to dropping a course as it may impact their educational benefits.