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Add/Drop and Student Accounts Policy

During Fall and Spring Semesters, students may drop and/or add class(es) during the Add/Drop period for each course block (i.e.: 1st 5 weeks, 2nd 5 weeks, 1st 8 weeks, etc.). The Add/Drop period is the first week of each course block and is defined on the university Academic Calendar posted online and in the university Catalog. An Open Drop period is available during the second week of the semester for further course drops only (no course additions). Open Drop is not applicable to every course block – it is only at the beginning of the semester. Any course changes after the first two weeks of the semester are withdrawals, in part or in full, and full financial obligations apply.

During Summer Term, students may drop and/or add class(es) during the Add/Drop period for each course block (ie: 1st 5 weeks, 2nd 5 weeks, 1st 8 weeks, etc.). The Add/Drop period is the first week of each course block and is defined on the university Academic Calendar posted online and in the university catalog. There is no additional Open Drop period during summer term. Any course changes after the Add/Drop period are withdrawals, in part or in full, and full financial obligations apply.

  • Students may change their schedules during the published, applicable Add/Drop and Open Drop periods after conferring with their academic advisor.
  • Instructor approval is needed to add a course if a class has already met once.  Classes may not be added after the first week of classes or changed after the Add/Drop period; see below for Aca­demic Withdrawal.
  • A student who does not attend the first day of class may be dropped from the class roll. A student who has been dropped from a class may appeal to the professor for reinstate­ment.
  • The final tuition and fees balance is calculated at the end of the second week of classes for Fall and Spring Semesters and at the end of the first week of classes for each Summer Term.
  • A student must pay in full or finalize a payment plan by the end of the second week of classes during Fall and Spring Semesters and at the end of the first week of classes for each Summer Term or the student will be removed from all courses. 
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