May 26, 2020  
2019-2020 Student Handbook and Undergraduate Catalog 
  
2019-2020 Student Handbook and Undergraduate Catalog

Adding/Dropping Of Classes


The deadline for registration is published in the Academic Calendar by the term. Students can add or drop classes through the first week of classes online electronically through WebAdvisor. Official Add/Drop/Withdraw Forms are available in the Registrar’s Office after the first week of classes. Changes are made and recorded as follows:

  • During Fall and Spring 16-week terms:
    See Calendar in College Catalog and Student Handbook for exact dates located at http://seark.edu/academics/academic-calendar
    1. Students can drop a class through the add/drop period electronically without a “W” grade recorded.
    2. After the 11th class day, students must withdraw from classes through the Registrar’s Office using an “Add/Drop” form. Students will receive a “W” and be assessed 100% of the tuition/fees.
  • During 8-week terms:
    See Calendar in College Catalog and Student Handbook for exact dates located at http://seark.edu/academics/academic-calendar
    1. After the 3rd class day, students must drop classes through the Registrar’s Office using an “Add/Drop” form. Students will receive a “W” and be assessed 100% of the tuition/fees.
  • During 4-week terms:
    See Calendar in College Catalog and Student Handbook for exact dates located at http://seark.edu/academics/academic-calendar
    1. Students can drop a class through the add/drop period electronically without a “W” grade recorded.
    2. After the 1st day of class, students must drop classes through the Registrar’s Office using an “Add/Drop” form. Students will receive a “W” and be assessed 100% of the tuition/fees.
  • Last Date to Withdraw and Still Receive a “W”
    See Calendar in College Catalog and Student Handbook for exact dates located at http://seark.edu/academics/academic-calendar
    1. The last day to withdraw (with a “W”) from a class is approximately two weeks prior to the end of the regular semester or the final week of the 8 and 4-week terms.

A student is not considered to be withdrawn from classes unless proper withdrawal procedures are followed. The Official Add/Drop/Withdrawal Form is available in the Registrar’s Office. (The College will mail the form to a student upon request.) The form must be completed and returned to the Registrar’s Office by the published deadline to constitute a valid withdrawal. Failure to attend class for a prolonged period of time does NOT constitute a withdrawal. If a student stops attending a class and fails to drop or withdraw from the course through the Registrar’s Office, a grade of “F” will be recorded for the course on the student’s transcript.