Dropping a Course
You may modify your schedule by dropping a 15-week course during the first three days of a major semester, Fall or Spring; or, the first two days of a 7-week subsession or any of the Summer sessions. When you drop a class, it must be done by the add/drop deadline that is published in the Academic Calendar for that semester and subsession. It can be done in most cases via FalconNet Online Registration. In certain instances, you will need permission to drop from a class (i.e. if the course is a pre-requisite to other courses you have scheduled, if it is a required college developmental course, etc.). If you follow the drop process appropriately, you will receive a full refund for the course in approximately 14 days from the drop. If you add another course at the time of the drop and it is equal value in credits (for example, dropping a 3-credit course and adding a different 3-credit course), no refund will take place. The credit will be applied towards the newly added course. You are responsible for any additional costs if courses added amount to more than the original credit load. Failure to pay for additional costs may result in being purged/dropped from your total class schedule.
Withdrawal from a Course
Dropping a class after the drop/add period has ended is considered a Withdrawal. You may withdraw from a course after the add/drop period has ended with no grade penalty, however, you will not be eligible for a tuition refund and must still pay any outstanding balances owed to the college. You will receive a "W" grade for the course when you withdraw. If you wish to withdraw from a course, you can use your Falconet account until the last date to withdraw. You will not be withdrawn from a class simply because you stop attending it. The withdrawal deadline date is published in the College Academic Calendar. Financial Aid Recipients are encouraged to speak with the Financial Aid Office before withdrawing from a course as a withdraw can effect current and/or future financial aid eligibility. Students who remain enrolled in courses after the withdrawal deadline has ended will be assigned a final grade for the course from the faculty member. Withdrawals are counted as an attempt for a course, please refer to information below regarding maximum attempts.
Students who no longer want to attend class:
Must drop or withdraw by the published deadline for the semester.
Students are permitted a maximum of three attempts per course (withdraws are counted as an attempt).
Upon the third attempt, students will be assessed 100 percent of the full cost of instruction (the out-of-state tuition rate) on the third attempt unless the college grants a one-time exception to the student due to extenuating circumstances or financial hardship. Application forms for an appeal are available at the Question & Answer Center/Enrollment Services department on any campus location or online through the Registration & Records website. Students will not be permitted to withdraw upon their third attempt under any circumstances and will receive a permanent grade other than "W" for that course.
- If major extenuating circumstances occurred during the third attempt, students are permitted to appeal to take a course a fourth time. Students will be assessed the full cost of instruction on the fourth attempt and will not be permitted to withdraw. There is no appeal to reduce the full-cost assessment on the fourth attempt. All grades from the third and subsequent attempts will be calculated in the student's grade point average. A fifth attempt is not allowed under any circumstances. You can click here to learn more about state regulations associated with withdrawals, grade forgiveness, and the repeat of a course.
For more information contact: Registration@DaytonaState.edu