Drop/Add is the schedule adjustment period beginning the first day of each term and continues for two to five days (depending on the dates of the term). During the Drop/Add period, courses can be removed and added without academic penalty. Dropped courses do not count as attempted hours. If adding courses, tuition and fees must be paid at the time of registration.
After the Drop/Add period has ended students have the option to withdraw from a course, without academic penalty, until the midpoint of the term. Withdrawal from a course before the published midpoint will result in a grade of “W” being recorded on the student’s academic transcript, but the semester hours will not enter into the grade point average. If a student withdraws from a course after the deadline, a grade of “WF” will be recorded on the student’s transcript. A WF is treated as an F in computing a student’s grade point average.
Course Drop/Add & Withdrawal Calendar: A list of semester specific deadlines.
Withdrawal Guideline Flow Chart: A guideline to assist in the navigation of the withdrawal process.
Click on the video below to see more detailed information about withdrawing.