Capacity Override - This override lets a student enter a course after the course's enrollment has reached its capacity. Only under very extenuating circumstances should an instructor use this override to let a student enter a filled course.
Time Conflict Override - This override lets a student enter a course with class hours that conflict with the class hours of another course in which they are enrolled.
Course Restriction Override - This override lets a student enter a course with special restrictions. For example, enrollment in Irish Literature is restricted to students who go on the winter break to Ireland.
Prerequisite Override - This override lets a student enter a course for which they do not have documentation stating they meet the course's prerequisite requirements.
If the Override is for Capacity, Time Conflict, Course Restriction only the Instructor's signature for authorization and only given at their discretion.
If the Override is for Prerequisite the Instructor and the Dept. Chair signatures are required for authorization and only given at their discretion.
If the Instructor or Advisor is unavailable the Instructor's or Advisor's Dept. Chair may provide the signature for the Override Authorization, if they so choose.
You can withdraw from one or more classes after the drop/delete deadline by completing a add/drop card and submitting it to Admissions. You will receive a "W" on your transcript and no refund for the class.
Students with Financial Aid: Withdrawing from classes might affect Financial Aid status. Be sure to check with the Financial Aid Office to learn the consequences a "W" will have on eligibility.
*Refund breakdown applies to Spring and Fall terms only. In Summer term, 90% refund is issued through the 5th day of instruction, 75% through the 6th day of instruction, and 50% through the 8th day of instruction. No refunds are issued in summer after the 8th day of instruction.
Refund Calculation examples are available upon request in the Business Office.