Add/Drop Courses

Students can add or drop classes during their enrollment appointments and during open enrollment. See the Academic Calendar for add/drop deadlines.

Adding a Course

  • Continuing Students: Courses may be added via MyCUInfo during the assigned enrollment appointment, schedule adjustment period and open enrollment period through the add deadline.
  • New Students: Courses can be added via MyCUInfo from the time an enrollment appointment is opened (at Orientation during the registration lab) until 6 p.m. that day and during the open enrollment period through the add deadline.
  • After open enrollment closes, all added courses require the instructor's signature on a Special Action Form (available at the instructor's department). Instructors usually only approve an add for students who have been attending regularly and if there is space in the course.

Dropping a Course

  • Continuing Students: Courses may be dropped via MyCUInfo during the assigned enrollment appointment, schedule adjustment period and open enrollment period through the drop deadline.
  • New Students: Courses can be dropped via MyCUInfo from the time an enrollment appointment is opened (at Orientation during the registration lab) until 6 p.m. that day and during the open enrollment period through the late drop deadline.
  • Drops may be done via MyCUInfo through the 10-week deadline in Fall and Spring terms. However, drops made after the 3-week drop date will result in a "W" grade posted on the transcript, and full tuition and fees will be assessed. Please click here for the Academic Calendar.
  • After the 10-week deadline, all dropped courses require the instructor's and dean's signatures on a Special Action Form (available at the instructor's department). Additional approval, such as petitioning the dean, may be required for some colleges (check with your school or college). 
  • Dropping ALL of your courses constitutes a withdrawal from the entire term.

Administrative Drops

Administrative drops can occur for two reasons: nonattendance and missing required course prerequisites or co-requisites. You must attend class regularly to guarantee your place in a course during the first two weeks of the semester. If you fail to attend, you may be administratively dropped at the discretion of the department offering the course; however, this is not guaranteed. Check with your instructor regarding his or her specific policy regarding administrative drops for nonattendance. Check your schedule to confirm any and all drops.

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