This Friday, Oct. 29, is the last day for undergraduate and graduate students (law students aren't eligible) to complete the following actions for a full-semester Main Campus class.*
- Drop a class: If you drop a Main Campus class after Sept. 8 but remain enrolled in the semester, you'll be required to pay 100 percent of tuition and fees (no refund) and a W grade will post to your transcript for the dropped class.
- Submit or cancel a grade replacement request: Grade replacement is not applied automatically. If you're retaking a for grade replacement this semester, you must submit a grade replacement request form by Oct. 29 to have the policy applied.
- Change a class's grade mode from letter grade to pass/fail (or vice versa): Only student-option courses** are eligible. The last day to change a class to or from no credit (audit) was Sept. 8.
If you've satisfactorily completed a substantial amount of work for a class but are unable to complete it due to reasons beyond your control, you may request an incomplete (I) grade. This will give you additional time to complete your coursework before your instructor is required to assign your final grade. For more information, see CU Boulder's incomplete grade policy.
**If a department designates a course as "student option," it's your choice whether to take it for a letter grade or as pass/fail.