The Registrar's Office will be closed the following days. Please plan your requests accordingly.
Thursday, November 24th and Friday, November 25th
Friday, December 23rd through Monday, January 2nd

Drop/Add Process  

Students must first click the "Enroll Me" button in their electronic portfolio before they will be permitted to participate in drop/add.

The registration help line (x3222) will be open during the drop/add period, Monday through Friday from 8:30am to 4:30pm. Please access the Drop/Add Frequently Asked Questions web page after hours.

Drop/add begins on the first day of classes each semester and is ten class days in length.  During drop/add students may enroll in more than 4.00 full credit courses with the permission of their advisor, who will need to increase their credit limit electronically.   

The ranked drop/add requests which students made during pre-registration will appear in the drop/add system and are used by instructors to admit students to courses.  Students may also make unranked drop/add requests once drop/add opens. During drop/add instructors determine who may be admitted to the course. Advisors must approve individual drops and adds. The drop/add system allows students to submit drop/add requests on-line. Instructors accept drop/add requests electronically and drop students who do not attend the first class meeting. Advisors are able to review and approve drop/adds electronically.  An e-mail notification system informs students, faculty and advisors of daily drop/add activity. 

Please note that electronic Permission of Instructor and Pre-requisite Override requests are NOT needed during drop/add.

Grading mode changes for 'Student Option' courses may be changed once up until fourteen days after drop/add ends via the paper form.

Crosslistings and GenEd Designations must be chosen by the end of drop/add.

When a 2nd/4th Quarter course has multiple general educational area assignments (NSM, SBS, HA), a student must select one general education area assignment during the five working days following the first class meeting by completing and submitting a paper form.

LETTER TO STUDENTS
LETTER TO FACULTY
DROP/ADD MANUAL
DROP/ADD GENERAL FAQ
DROP/ADD FAQ FOR STUDENTS
DROP/ADD FAQ FOR INSTRUCTORS
DROP/ADD FAQ FOR ADVISORS
DROP/ADD FORM
SECTION CHANGE FORM
GENED DESIGNATION CHANGE FORM
REGISTRATION CALENDAR
TUTORIAL MANUAL
TUTORIAL FAQ
TUTORIAL STATUS EXPLANATIONS
APPROVED STUDENT FORUMS

Please direct inquiries concerning drop/add to Paul Turenne.