Add, Dropping, or Withdrawing from a Course
- Important: Adding, dropping, or withdrawing may affect financial aid, veterans' benefits, international student status, or academic standing. Click here for information
Schedule Changes – Add/Drops
You can use the online system to add or drop classes during the schedule change periods published in the academic calendar.
- Click here for current details on schedules changes, tuition payments, and refunds.
Withdrawing from a Course
You may withdraw from a class at any time before the withdrawal deadlines published in the academic calendar. Dropping out of class or notifying the instructor do not constitute authorized withdrawal. Students who fail to officially withdraw from a course are at risk of receiving an F on their transcript.
- See the catalog for details on student-initiated withdrawals and instructor-initiated withdrawals.
NOTE: Per state law, students enrolling for the first time in fall 2007 or later at any Texas college or university may not withdraw (receive a W) from more than six courses during their undergraduate college career. Some exceptions for good cause could allow a student to withdraw from a course without having it count toward this limit. Students are encouraged to carefully select courses; contact an advisor or counselor for assistance.