Changing

Course Schedule

Student schedule changes are initiated with the academic advisor if the student is a full time student. CU-Duncan students may change their schedules on the Duncan campus. Check the online enrollment schedule and academic calendar for specific dates and deadlines to add and drop classes.

Dropping and Withdrawing

DROPPING: Courses dropped during the first ten days of a regular semester, first five days of a summer or eight-week session or proportionate period of a special schedule, will not be recorded on a student's academic record. Refer to the Academic Calendar for specific dates.

WITHDRAWING: Courses from which a student withdraws after the drop period and prior to the end of the twelfth week of a regular semester or proportionate period of other sessions will be recorded on a student's academic record with a course status symbol of "W". See the Academic Calendar for specific dates.

Students may not withdraw after the twelfth week of a regular semester or proportional period of other sessions.

To add, drop, or withdraw from a class, students with an Academic Advising Center, Student Support Services, or CU-Duncan advisor should meet with their advisor. Other students may process their own adds, drops and withdrawals in Aggie Access using a PIN number provided by an assigned advisor.

Non-attendance or ceasing to attend a class does not constitute a withdrawal. Students are responsible for payment of tuition & fees unless classes are dropped by the refund date listed in the Enrollment Schedule.