Adding and Dropping Classes
Students with web registration access may add or drop classes prior to the start of the semester via My UAFS. Students without web registration access may drop through an advisor and the Records Office. After the term begins, ALL class withdrawals must be processed through an advisor and the Records Office. Please see the Registration Calendar for registration dates and the dates to drop and add courses for each term.
- Withdrawals through the eleventh day or the spring/fall semesters and fifth day of the summer terms are not recorded on the student's permanent record.
- Full term spring and fall courses dropped before the semester begins and during the first week for the semester are given a 100% refund. Beginning in the second week and until the eleventh class day, courses are dropped at the 50% rate. Courses dropped after the eleventh day are not refunded.
- Summer courses dropped before the term begins and during the first two days are given a 100% refund. Beginning on the third day and until the fifth class day, courses are dropped at the 50% rate. Courses dropped after the fifth day are not refunded.
- Students are required to obtain both their advisor's signature in order to withdraw after the eleventh day of spring/fall semesters and fifth day of the summer terms. Students who are on financial aid and/or are receiving a scholarship must meet with a financial aid representative and obtain their signature on the form
- Students withdrawing from a credit course prior to 5:00 p.m. on Friday of the twelfth week (or the equivalent) of the fall or spring semester will receive a W on their permanent record.
- Summer term students withdrawing from a credit class prior to 5:00 p.m. on Friday of the fourth week of the five week term in which they are enrolled will receive a W on their permanent record.
- The withdrawal is NOT complete until the Change of Schedule Form is turned in to the Records Office, second floor of the Smith-Pendergraft Campus Center.
- Failure to attend and/or pay tuition does not constitute official withdrawal.
- Students who are on financial aid or are receiving a scholarship should check with the Financial Aid Office prior to withdrawing from a class.