You may drop classes through MyCUInfo during your assigned enrollment dates, the schedule adjustment period and the open enrollment period; however, if you drop a class between the 3-week and 10-week drop deadlines, you'll receive a W grade and be required to pay full tuition and fees. See the Add/Drop Calendar for specific dates.
After the 10-week deadline, you must contact your advisor, school or college for information about requesting a late drop. Late drops may require a petition and supporting documentation.
To drop one or more of your enrolled or waitlisted classes:
Dropping all of your Main Campus classes constitutes withdrawal, and has a different impact on your tuition and fees. See Withdraw from the Semester for more information.
Administrative drops can occur for two reasons:
You must attend class regularly to guarantee your place in a class 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 about their specific policy regarding administrative drops for nonattendance, and review your schedule to confirm any and all drops.