To add or drop a class after the start of the term, please submit an add/drop form to your school or advisor.
Students may change their class schedules online through GENISYS® until the day before the start of the university-defined term. (Law students are issued a “time-ticket” for their online registration period).
Please see the university catalog for further information.
|Fall 2012||Open Registration Period||May 16 - August 19|
|100%||August 20 - September 2|
|50%||September 3 - September 16|
|Withdrawal Deadline||October 12|
|Spring 2013||Open Registration Period||November 1 - January 6|
|100%||January 7 - January 20|
|50%||January 21 - February 3|
|Withdrawal Deadline||February 27|
|Summer 2013||Open Registration Period||March 13 - May 5|
|100%||May 6 - May 19|
|50%||May 20 - June 2|
|Withdrawal Deadline||June 23|
For a two-week period, beginning on the first day of the university-defined term, students may add /drop classes for a complete refund of tuition and fees by contacting the appropriate staff representative at their school. This two-week period is defined as the university authorized add/drop period. Courses dropped during this period will not appear on the student’s transcript. Courses dropped after the add/drop period will appear on the student’s transcript with a “W” or “WF.”
*In instances where courses are significantly concentrated (i.e. summer course with fewer class meeting dates) or are in a modular format, students must receive the dean's approval for add/drop if the course has already started. Such courses may not be subject to the above refund provisions.
After the add/drop period, student requests for schedule changes must be submitted to the Registrar’s Office with the properly completed add/drop form, including all of the appropriate school signatures. Student registration changes after the add/drop period are subject to the following refund provisions (except for courses described in the note above):
- 50% refund during the third and fourth weeks of the university-defined term.
- No refund after the fourth week of the university-defined term
*Withdrawal from a course may have significant financial aid consequences. Students are responsible for seeking counsel from the Central Financial Aid Office.
Course lab fees are non-refundable after the second week of classes (first week of summer sessions). If necessary, the university reserves the right to make adjustments in charges and refunds.