A student who wishes to add or drop a class must do so either in the Office of Records and Registration (A-203) or online through Self-Service. Students are directed to retain a copy of all online (Self-Service) transactions
for their records. A class may be dropped without academic penalty until the 3/4 point
of the semester or term (dates to be determined and published on Self-Service each
semester by the Office of Records and Registration). It is the student's responsibility
to take all action necessary to withdraw from a class. A grade of W will appear on
the record for any class dropped after the institutional refund date.
The University does not refund tuition for students who have failed to drop courses
during the prescribed time period. Students who seek a tuition refund must submit
a written request and meet with the Executive Director of Records and Registration
Services. Students requesting a refund must be current with financial obligations
to the University at the close of the term prior to the refund request. A University
committee will review the circumstances surrounding the request and notify the student,
in writing, of the result. All decisions are final. For students using U.S. Department
of Veterans Affairs educational benefits, if your withdrawal results in an overpayment,
you will need to work with the Office of Bursar/Office of Financial Aid to pay any
outstanding balance for tuition and fees.
After the first week of a section, a student must have the instructor's signature
to add a class. The last day a student may register for any course that has already
begun will coincide with the last day to withdraw from a course and receive a full
Resident students must formally withdraw from housing when leaving permanently either
in the Office of Residence Life or by completing the Housing Withdrawal Form on Self-Service.