The course add/drop policy is defined as the timeframe during which students may seek to make changes to their scheduled by adding and or dropping course(s). This timeframe is the first six days from the start date of the session (five week courses) or quarter (ten week courses) as published in the academic calendar. New students at ground campuses may have this timeframe extended with approval of the Campus President. Beyond the course add/drop period, any registered courses for the session or quarter will result in a final grade A-F. The University reserves the right to administratively withdraw a student from unattended course(s), however the student must remain active at least one additional course in the session/quarter. After the drop/add period has closed, students are responsible for any tuition and fees associated with their registered course load.
Limitation to Course Drop Period:
- Students must remain scheduled in at least one course in each session and/or quarter
Refer to the Withdrawal from the University policy of the Catalog if the limitations cannot be met.
The Student Handbook should be referred to for specific information regarding procedures on Class Attendance, Course Overload, and the Institutional Refund Policy.