Submitting a request is not a confirmation that the course has been dropped or added. After the appropriate advisor, department chair, and/or dean has approved your request, you’ll get an email confirming that your request was approved and your schedule has changed. It’s your responsibility to monitor the status of your request.
Until you receive an email that says an eDrop request has been approved, you’re still enrolled in the course and should continue to attend all classes. Any request that hasn’t been approved or denied two weeks after you submit it will not be approved.
Additional tuition charges may apply when you change your schedule.
Once an eAdd request is approved, the date you submitted it will be the date used to add the class and determine the fees you’ll pay. Adding classes that cause you to go over the 12–18 credit hour range can have a major effect on the amount you pay for the semester.
Dropping classes could result in less financial aid, or may require you to repay aid you’ve already received.
If you use eDrop/eAdd Pair, each of your requests depends on the approval of the other. If either one is not approved, neither request will be processed. However, if you submit your request by the automatic W deadline and the eAdd component is denied after the deadline, you may still be able to drop the class.