Before you drop or add a class, make sure you understand the rules. Your timing makes all the difference when it comes to whether or not you’re hit with extra fees or a bad grade.
Dropping or adding classes can affect your financial aid, scholarship status, or tuition cost. If you do decide to drop or add a class, be sure to talk with your academic advisor. If you’re worried about what will happen with your finances, contact the Office of Financial Aid & Scholarships.
You are responsible for taking the appropriate steps outlined on this page to officially add or drop a class. Failure to do so may cause you to get an F in a course you didn’t attend—or not get credit for a course you did attend. Keep in mind that not attending a class or not paying for a class will not result in you being automatically dropped.