Drop/Add, Withdrawals, and Late Adds

Drop/Add (Week 1 of fall/spring)

During the registration period through week 1, you can add and/or drop courses online via OnePort. 

To drop all courses before or during drop/add week, submit the online Enrollment Notification Form. A student is not “officially withdrawn” from the university until the Academic Success Center has received the Enrollment Notification Form.

Late Add

To add a course after the drop/add period and before the last day of classes, please submit the Late Add Registration form. This form will route to the instructor for approval.

Withdrawing During the Withdrawal Period

Students who find that they must withdraw from the University after the drop/add week:

For one or more courses, but not all, please submit the Single Course Withdrawal form

For all courses, please submit the Complete Withdrawal form

Failure to submit the form and “officially” withdraw may affect the student’s academic record, financial aid award, and student account balance.

Students who wish to discuss the academic consequence of a withdrawal should contact the Academic Success Center.

For information on the financial impact of withdrawing, including the refund schedule, please visit the Student Accounts website.

Withdrawing After the Withdrawal Period

The Hardship Withdrawal policy exists for students who encounter an unforeseen extraordinary situation such as a serious illness or injury or some other significant personal situation after the withdrawal deadline, which prevents the student from being able to successfully continue in their classes.

For details on the Hardship Withdrawal procedure, including the required forms and documentation, please visit the Hardship Withdrawal website.

Extended Withdrawal Form -- FALL 2020 for up to two (2) courses, in accordance with Senate Resolution. Deadline is Monday, November 16th.

Auditing a Course

If you want or need to take the course again in the future, an audit may be more appropriate then withdrawing from the course. Auditing a course will allow you to continue to attend the course and be exposed to the course material, which may assist in the future when you enroll in the course again. The Audit form requires the instructor's signature as well as financial aid, if you're an aid recipient. Regular tuition and fees still apply for audited courses.