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Adding a Class

For a defined period of time following regular registration each semester, a student may add classes. A student who attends a class without officially registering or following prescribed procedures for adding a class will not receive credit for that class. To add a class the student must:

  • Complete a Change in Class Schedule form with an academic advisor.
  • Obtain the signature of the Financial Aid Office. All students must obtain this signature.
  • Take the completed form to the Business Office. There will be a $10 fee assessed for each form that is processed after classes begin. The process is not complete until the processing fee is paid.

The Office of the Registrar will process the completed adds on a daily basis.

Dropping a Class

When a student is no longer in attendance in a given class, the student must officially drop the class within the prescribed time allowed for dropping as designated in the class schedule. Students who stop attending a class and fail to follow the procedures listed below will receive an "F" as their final grade in the course. It is the student's responsibility to drop; however, upon persistent non-attendance and no proper communication, the instructor may administratively drop the student from the class. To drop a class the student must:

  • Complete a Change in Class Schedule form with an academic advisor.
  • Obtain the signature of the Financial Aid Office. All students must obtain this signature.
  • Take the completed drop form to the Business Office. There will be a $10 fee assessed for each form that is processed after classes begin. The process is not complete until the processing fee is paid.

The Office of the Registrar will process the completed drops on a daily basis.

Students who wish to withdraw from a class or classes should first consult with an academic advisor. It may be possible to make alternate arrangements to avoid the loss of time or credit. If a student determines that withdrawing is the appropriate course of action, the student must officially withdraw within the prescribed time allowed for withdrawal as designated in the class schedule. Students who stop attending classes and fail to follow the prescribed procedures for withdrawal will receive an "F" for each class. It is the student's responsibility to withdraw. To withdraw from the college, the student must:

  • Complete a Change in Class Schedule form with an academic advisor.
  • Complete a withdrawal survey with the appropriate academic advisor.
  • Obtain the signature of the Financial Aid Office. All students must obtain this signature.
  • Take the completed withdrawal form to the Business Office. There will be a $10 fee assessed for each form that is processed after classes begin. The process is not complete until the processing fee is paid.

The Office of the Registrar will process the completed withdrawals on a daily basis.

Under special circumstances, a written letter requesting a withdrawal from all classes, with an appropriate postmarked date, may be acceptable. Please contact the Office of the Registrar for further information. Withdrawal transactions may not be made by telephone.

Refund Percentages for Withdrawals & Drops

The days refer to calendar days, not class days.

Summer I/Extended Summer/Summer II Refund Percentages for Dropped Courses

Day 1 – Day 2                     100% all costs

Day 3 – Day 8                     90% tuition and course-related fees only

Day 9 – Day 15                   50% tuition and course-related fees only

Day 16 – Day 22                 25% tuition and course-related fees only

After Day 22                         0%

 

Fall/Spring Refund Percentages for Dropped Courses

Day 1 – Day 8                    100% all costs

Day 9 – Day14                    90% tuition and course-related fees only

Day 15 – Day 21                 50% tuition and course-related fees only

Day 22 – Day 28                 25% tuition and course-related fees only

After Day 28                         0%