Overview of dropping, withdrawing from, and adding classes
You may drop a class through the first 10 percent point of the class, before the end of the "Drop Period." If you drop a class, it won't appear on your transcript. Full or partial refunds are available, depending on when in the "Drop Period" the class is dropped. The deadlines for dropping classes vary depending on the class' schedule.
You can withdraw from a class after the "Drop/Add period," but before the "last day to Withdraw." The deadlines for withdrawing are listed in the Student Handbook. A grade of W will appear on your transcript. A withdrawal will not affect your GPA, but it will affect your overall completion rate, which could also affect your financial aid. Refunds are not available when withdrawing.
You can add a class to your schedule in Self-Service. A class may only be added prior to the first scheduled meeting or through the first day of class for online classes. After the semester has begun, you may still register for minimester classes that have not yet met.
You're eligible for a 100 percent refund if you drop a class before the official start-date of the course, which you can view in Self-Service. You're eligible for a 75 percent refund if you drop a class before the 10 percent point in the term.
Dual-enrolled high school students should contact their advisor for assistance with adding, dropping, or withdrawing from a course. Students can find their advisor's contact information at the link below.
Career and College Promise (CCP) Programs
Students can also call (828) 398-7900 or email email@example.com to determine who their advisor is.
Article ID: 126
Created On: Wed, Oct 31, 2012 at 9:41 AM
Last Updated On: Thu, Mar 12, 2020 at 12:27 PM
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