Once a student is officially enrolled and committed to attend class, he/she must officially drop his/her classes by the deadline. If the class is not officially dropped, the student will be charged full tuition and may receive failing grades. Although some departments dismiss students from classes for non-attendance, students are responsible for officially dropping any classes for which they are registered but not attending.
See the Academic Calendar for specific drop dates for term, first, and second session classes. Please note the following drop information for miscellaneous classes (classes with irregular start and end dates).
Miscellaneous Session (classes with irregular start and end dates)
You may drop (delete) workshops, miscellaneous, and short term classes without tuition penalty according to the Deadlines for Courses with Irregular Start & End Dates policy.
Drop for Non-payment:
Students who do not pay tuition by the due date may have their class(es) cancelled unless they have paid tuition, have financial aid, or have made a payment agreement with Income Accounting. Class(es) will not be automatically cancelled for non-attendance.
Students who have classes deleted due to non-payment may not reinstate cancelled classes or use late add forms to add classes after the registration deadline.
Contact the Income Accounting & Student Loan Services with questions regarding tuition at email@example.com or (801) 581-7344.