3.1 Course may be added within the first two weeks of a regular semester or the first week of a summer semester. Approval of the department offering the course must be obtained before the add-form is given to the Registration & Educational Service Office.
3.2 Course may be dropped and the approval for dropping must be obtained from the department offering the course before the drop-form is given to the Registration & Educational Service Office. The conditions for dropping are the following:
3.2.1 If a course is a dropped within the first two weeks of a regular semester or the first week of a summer semester, no record of registration in the course will appear on the student’s transcript.
3.2.2 For courses dropped after the first two weeks but not after the sixth week of a regular semester, or after the first week but not after the fourth week of a summer semester, the student will receive a grade of “W”.
3.2.3 If a course is dropped after the sixth week of a regular semester or after fourth week of a summer semester, the student must request a special exception from the university to receive a grad of “W”. Otherwise the grade will be an “F”.
3.2.4 Refunds: If the university cancels a course, the student will receive a full refund. In the case of a student dropping a course within the normal period and adding another, there will be no change in tuition, but the student will pay any additional fees that are charged for certain courses. A student who drops some courses but continues to study other courses in that same semester will not receive a refund for the courses he/she has dropped. A student who resigns or takes a leave of absence will not receive a refund of any kind for the semester, except that a student who resigns will be refunded the breakage fees.
3.2.5 A student cannot withdraw from every course unless he/she request a leave of absence.
3.2.6 A student who requests to resign or withdraw all courses in that semester must pay all the remaining fees for that semester.