Just a quick reminder of the process for students to add/drop classes after the start of the quarter:
- Students are able to register themselves for a class if there are open seats and no waiting list.
- Online registration is open through the last day of the first week of the quarter (add/drop online).
- Students on the waiting list are automatically registered as seats become available, through the third day of the quarter.
- Registering into full and/or waitlisted classes requires an overload slip, emailed permission from the instructor with approval to OVERLOAD, or the signature on a Schedule Change Form, stating their approval to OVERLOAD the class.
- Students are not overloaded into full and/or waitlisted classes with the instructor’s signature alone. It’s important that we know the instructor has agreed to overload the class (possibly ahead of others on the waiting list).
- Instructor’s permission required to add a class, with an overload slip, emailed permission to add, or signature on a Schedule Change Form.
- Online registration and the waiting list are no longer available.
- Students cannot register without instructor’s signature.
- No signature is required to drop a class.
Week 3 & 4:
- Permission of both the instructor and the division dean required to register, with an overload slip, emailed permission to add, or signature on a Schedule Change Form.
- Along with permission to add the class, the instructor must state whether or not student has been attending from the first day/week. This is very important — whether or not the student has been attending from the start of the quarter has an impact on our quarterly enrollment.
- Instructor signature or emailed permission is required to withdraw from a class from the first day of the third week through the first day of the seventh week (W period).
After the W period, withdrawal is no longer done through the registration process. Students must meet with their instructor to discuss a late withdrawal grade of V, Z, NC, or I (entered directly on the grade roster in Instructor Briefcase).
Note: The number of days in each “week” is adjusted for the shorter Summer quarter. Refer to the Important Dates calendar for Summer dates.