Before the Last Day to Drop
Normally, students can add courses through Memorial Self-Service during the regular registration period (first two weeks of a semester or first week of a session). In exceptional circumstances, courses may be added after this period.
If you need to add a course after the end of registration period, you will be required to submit to the Registrar's Office (A 2003) the following documents:
- Course Change form with signatures of the course instructor and the academic unit for each course;
- Note from the instructor/academic unit that you have been attending classes regularly or that you will be able to make up the missed material.
If you wish to drop a course, make sure you are aware of the academic and financial impacts. Unless under exceptional circumstances, courses dropped after the end of the registration period will not receive 100% tuition refund. Check the list of Important Dates and Deadlines to confirm the deadlines to receive 50%, and 25% tuition refunds.
Until the last day to drop courses without academic prejudice, you can drop most courses using Memorial Self-Service.
If you cannot drop a course using Memorial Self-Service, you must complete and submit to the Registrar's Office (A 2003), a Course Change form with signatures of the course instructor and the head of your academic unit or if you have not declared a program, the head of the academic unit of the course in question.