- To Late Add a course with a Permission to Add number (PTA), see the Late Actions webpage.
- To Retroactively Add a course after the last day of instruction, see the Retroactive Actions webpage.
Students may drop courses using Schedule Builder during Pass One, Pass Two, Open Hours, Open Registration and Schedule Adjustment.
All courses are designated with either a 10-day or 20-day drop deadline displayed in the details view using Schedule Builder or the Class Search Tool. Courses designated with a 10-day drop can be dropped without the permission of the college Dean’s office through the 10th day of instruction. Similarly, courses designated with a 20-day drop can be dropped without the permission of the college Dean's Office through the 20th day of instruction.
- To Late Drop a course with a Permission to Drop (PTD) number, see the Late Actions webpage.
- To Retroactively drop a course after the last day of instruction, see the Retroactive Actions webpage.
Note: Students who erroneously register for a 10-day drop course or are moved from the wait list into a 10-day drop course after the drop deadline have a 72-hour grace period to come to the Office of the University Registrar, in 3100 Dutton Hall, to drop the course. This grace period is only for students who erroneously register or are added from the wait list into a 10-day drop course after the 10th day of instruction.
Registered students or those added from a wait list who do not show up or who do not submit any work for a class will receive a failing grade. All students are responsible for reviewing their course schedule and should check and adjust their schedule accordingly during the designated registration and schedule adjustment periods.