Know how your student account will be affected
Additional tuition charges may apply when you change your schedule. Be sure to talk to the Office of Student Financial Services and the Office of the Bursar to understand any effects on your financial aid or fees.
If you’re an undergraduate, dropping classes that put you below 12 credit hours or adding classes that put you above 18 credit hours can have a major effect on the amount you pay for the semester.
In extenuating circumstances, you may wish to pursue a tuition dispute. Contact the Office of the Bursar for more details.
Waiting for confirmation
Submitting a request is not a confirmation that the course has been dropped or added. After the appropriate advisor, instructor, and/or dean approves your request, you’ll get an email confirming that your request was approved and your schedule has changed. It’s your responsibility to monitor the status of your request.
Any request that hasn’t been approved or denied two weeks after you submit it will be automatically canceled.
What to know about eDrop/EAdd pair
Dropping and adding a class at the same time is called an eDrop/eAdd pair.