Schedule Adjustments

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Schedule adjustment begins after the registration freeze ends for the quarter. During this time you may adjust your schedule on Schedule Builder by adding or dropping courses, selecting the P/NP grading option for courses, or changing the number of units for variable-unit courses until the deadlines as published in the Academic Calendar.

Schedule Adjustment is available on Schedule Builder to all students on a first-come, first-served basis. No appointment is necessary and is available weekdays from 6:00 a.m.-Midnight (PT) and weekends from 10:00 a.m.-6:00 p.m. (PT). You can enroll in a total of 28.5 units during Schedule Adjustment. If you are an undergraduate student and need to enroll in more than 28.5 units, contact your college Dean's office. 

Refer to the menu on the left for more information regarding the completion of a specific action during the schedule adjustment period. For information regarding late registration actions desired after its corresponding deadline as published in the Academic Calendar, refer to the Late Actions webpage.

Note: Deadlines for registration actions differ during Summer Sessions, please refer to the Summer Sessions Academic Calendar for deadlines and refund dates.

Timeline of Student Record Actions

Registration—begins: start of Registration (Pass One, Pass Two, Open registration); ends—day before Registration Freeze.
Schedule Adjustment—begins: after Registration Freeze ends; ends—10-day or 20-day drop deadline.
Late Action—begins: after 10-day or 20-day drop deadline; ends—last day of instruction.
Retroactive Action—begins: after last day of instruction; ends—until degree is awarded.
No More Changes—begins: after a student’s degree has been awarded his or her record is closed and no further changes may be made.