May 25, 2018  
Undergraduate Academic Catalog 2013-2014 
    
Undergraduate Academic Catalog 2013-2014 [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Registration Deadlines


The following summarizes the deadlines to be observed.

    Fall Spring

Deadline to register for the semester   September 4 January 22
May-Summer Term: May 10 for online courses; May 17 for others. Summer: June 1   

Last day for percentage refund of tuition charges on official withdrawal from the College* 100% August 27 January 14
80% September 6 January 24
70% September 13 January 31
60% September 20 February 7
50% September 27 February 14
0% after September 27 after February 14

Last day to add courses or change sections, including independent work or NECCUM cross-registration Full Term September 4 January 22
Quad 1,3 September 4 January 22
Quad 2,4 October 25 March 21
May-Summer Term: First class or 10 days in advance for online courses.

Last day to drop courses with no academic record (see withdrawal from College above)   September 4 January 22
May-SummerTerm: May 9 online courses, May 16 for others  

Last day for tuition refund for course drops/withdrawals (if applicable)§  100% September 4 January 22
90% September 6 January 24
 
May-Summer Term: 100% before first day class meets (May 16 for most courses); 80% first day (May 19 or 20); 50% the next business day, 0% (no refund) third business day or later.
Online courses: 100% refund deadline ten days before start date (May 9), for later withdrawal refunds please check with Student Financial Services, §

Last day to withdraw from courses with a W grade* Full Term October 25 March 21
Quad 1,3 September 27 February 14
Quad 2,4 November 15 April 11

Last day to submit remaining requirements and change incomplete to a grade From Spring October 16
From May/Summer Term or Summer October 16
From Fall or January Term March 5

A $10 fee will be charged for each withdrawal made after the fifth day of a semester. Students may withdraw from a class through the fourth week of a quad class or the ninth week of a full-semester course. A “W” will be recorded on the permanent record. After the deadline the grade may be an F.

Billing is based on total credits registered for during a semester, less refunds for courses dropped. Thus, withdrawing from a course after the 100% refund deadline does not remove hours from the tuition block. Adding a quad 2 or 4 course may increase tuition as billing is based on total hours, including withdrawals.

For description of payment schedule see financial section.

* Failure to officially withdraw from the College through the director of enrollment management may result in an inability to obtain a financial refund and automatic F grades.

§ Special refund policies apply for applied music, Discovery Expeditions or La Vida, and online courses.