Dropping a Class
Students may drop classes without a grade through the 10% point of the semester or the 10% point of a minimester (less than a full semester). Classes can be dropped via WebAdvisor or may be processed by Student Services (in the K. Ray Bailey Student Services Center), by an Advisor or at the Madison or South site. Dropped classes do not appear on the official transcript.
Adding a Class
A class may be added until it meets for the first time. For online classes, the first day of the term is considered to be the first day of class.
Withdrawing from a Class
After the 10% point and through the 75% point of the term (full semester or minimester) a student may withdraw from a class by submitting a Withdrawal Request to Student Services in the Bailey Building or to staff at the Madison or South sites. Withdrawal forms must not be mailed or put in a drop box. Distance students must contact the Distance Advisor at firstname.lastname@example.org. Students receiving financial aid benefits are strongly encouraged to consult with the Financial Aid Office prior to withdrawing from courses. Students receiving Veteran’s Affairs benefits must obtain a last date of attendance from the instructor and approval from the VA Coordinator.