Students admitted to the School's degree programs are governed by the University Add/Drop dates and the payment and refund policies. Degree students should refer to University policies to add, drop, or withdraw.
Add/Drop: actions related to a student’s registration in a class.
Many of our students can use the self-service feature in the Student Information System (SIS) to “add” a class. For those not able to use self-service, a Class Registration Form must be completed so that SCPS Registration Staff can add the class in the SIS.
Likewise, students can use the self-service feature in the SIS to drop a class. However, if they are requesting a refund, they must also complete and submit the SCPS Drop/Refund Request Form.
The following actions DO NOT constitute an official drop of a class:
Withdrawal: a term which refers to the student’s decision to end his/her programmatic relationship with an SCPS program and, therefore, the University. Normally, withdrawal is associated with permanent discontinuation. Discontinued participation in a class does not constitute a withdrawal from the class or the program.
The following actions DO NOT indicate withdrawal from the University: