Changes in Registration
Adding a Class
After registration is complete, students may not add a course, without completing "the Change in Registration" form obtainable from the Office of University Records. Students may add classes, based on academic load, approval of instructor, chair and dean and class capacity within the first two weeks of the semester.
Dropping a Class
After registration is complete, students may not drop a course, without completing the "Student Change in Registration" form obtainable from the Office of University Records. Courses dropped two weeks after the commencement of classes until the mid-semester will be recorded with a W (Withdrawal) grade. Those dropped after the mid-semester period until two weeks before final examinations will result in a WP or WF grade.
During the first two weeks of any semester, changes in registration will attract a ten percent administrative charge; any change thereafter attracts additional charges. No fee is assessed when a change is made necessary by official alterations of the class schedule.
Ninety percent (90%) tuition may be refunded for courses dropped within the first two weeks of a semester, and sixty percent (60%)for those dropped between two and four weeks. No refund is available thereafter. No course may be dropped later than two weeks before the commencement of final examinations.
During the summer sessions, one day is equivalent to one week of the regular semester. The changes in registration apply using this principle. Equivalent requirements apply to Summer Sessions.