Dropped or Withdrawn Courses- Spring 2017

Full-time undergraduates taking 12 -18 credits are charged a flat rate. Undergraduates who drop classes* but still remain full-time students receive no tuition adjustment. Students, including main campus graduate level students, who are charged by the credit hour may be eligible for tuition adjustments for dropped courses.

"Dropping" a course is when a student drops a class. Please note: Dropping is different than withdrawing. Dropping is done within Registration Period III (This time period is usually the first week of classes (check semester dates and deadlines for specific dates)). Withdrawing from a course occurs after the add/drop period and must be done before the semester withdrawal deadline (usually after midterms). When a student withdraws from a course, a "W" grade is assigned for the course but does not effect the gpa.

Refunds on lab fees are given during the first week of classes only

*Please remember that for financial aid purposes, a full-time undergraduate student must be registered for 12+ credit hours. Financial aid awards may be adjusted if you drop below 12 credits.


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ONLINE PROGRAMS: If you are enrolled in a full 16-week course, please follow the "Main Campus - Undergraduate/Graduate Students - Spring 2017" adjustment table above.