A student may drop a class from his or her schedule as late as the fourth week of classes.
A student may drop a class, whether passing or failing that class. The Add/Drop Course Forms should be completed and bear the signatures of the student, the instructor, and the Dean.
A student may not simply stop attending classes to drop a course. In such cases, instructors are required to give an “F” as the final grade. The student is responsible for all costs incurred as a result of failure to give proper notification of having dropped a course.
During the first three weeks, a student may drop a course without notation on however the permanent record will reflect “W” (Withdrawal). From the fourth week to the tenth week, a student may withdraw from a course by completing the appropriate add/drop form. After the tenth week, a student who withdraws from a course will receive an “F” for that course on his permanent record (except in the case of health emergency or other extreme conditions).