Students are given the opportunity to change their course schedule during the Add/Drop period, which lasts for approximately seven to eight days at the beginning of each semester. (Please checktheAcademic Calendarfor the Add/Drop deadline for each semester).Changes made during this period are not reflected on the student's permanent academic record.Most students can Add/Drop online using their WebAdvisor accounts. New freshmen must obtain their academic advisor's approval on an Add/Drop form to adjust their schedules.
NOTE: Full time undergraduates are required to carrya minimum12 credit course load by the end of the Add/Drop period.Failure to do so may jeopardize eligibility for benefits available to full-time students (eg. financial aid, scholarship, health coverage, etc.) andwill violatecampus housing occupancy policies.
Once the add/drop period is over, students have the option to withdraw fromcourses up to the withdrawal deadline published for a term in theAcademic Calendar.Course withdrawalswill be documentedpermanently on a student'stranscriptrecord witha grade of "W". A"W" grade is non-punitive and does NOT affect the GPA. All students MUST also investigate the impact that course withdrawals may have on their financial aid eligibility! Withdrawals cannot be submitted onlinevia WebAdvisor. Please use the appropriate form below:
IMPORTANT: If withdrawals are processedAFTERasemester'stuition refund schedulehaspassed, students are responsible for ALL TUITION CHARGES & FEES! Students may submit a Bursar Tuition Appeal to the Student Accounts Officefor consideration of special circumstances connected to their withdrawal. Visit the Bursar Appeal's Committee web page at the link below for more information:
Decision Not To Attend/Drop All Classes Before a Term Begins:
Students who decidenot to attendclasses for which they are registered areNOT AUTOMATICALLY DROPPEDfrom them!YouMUST follow theprocedures below to completelydrop a registration or withdraw from the College. Courses that remain on your registration will be billed to you and you will be fully responsible for all tuition charges and fees!
Undergraduates: Student Planning will prevent an undergraduate from removing one last course section from their registration up to the end of the Add/Drop period. If you will not be attending Manhattanville College, please contact the Office ofAcademicAdvisement at914.323.5353 or email@example.com.They will formalize withdrawal plans with you. Once the procedure iscompleted, the Registrar's Office will remove all courses from your registration.
Graduate & Doctoral Students: Student Planning allows graduate and doctoral students to removeEVERYCOURSE from their schedule and empty their registration up to the end of the Add/Drop period. If you will not be attending Manhattanville College, drop all of your courses and contactyour advisor or appropriate program office to alert them of your intention not to attend.
Auditors are permitted to register for classes aftereach term's "Add/Drop" period concludes on a space available basis only.Please refer to the online Academic Calendaror posted notices to obtain exact dates per semester. Students may use ServiceHub to view available courses. A number of filters are available to view our course schedules.
All payments are due at time of registration. The auditing fee can be found here. Auditors also paythe customaryregistration fee: