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
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 GENERAL FAQ
DROP/ADD FAQ FOR STUDENTS
DROP/ADD FAQ FOR INSTRUCTORS
DROP/ADD FAQ FOR ADVISORS
SECTION CHANGE FORM
GENED DESIGNATION CHANGE FORM
TUTORIAL STATUS EXPLANATIONS
APPROVED STUDENT FORUMS
Please direct inquiries concerning drop/add to Paul Turenne.