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Saint Paul College A Community & Technical College


Adding, Dropping or Withdrawing

Students bear primary responsibility for their Course Registrations. Students are responsible for canceling their registration by the due dates posted in the course schedule or to pay any balance due.

Non-attendance is not a cancellation and students will be held responsible to pay any amount owed.

All students, including those receiving financial aid or third party payer, will be assessed tuition and fees for the term based on the number of credits for which they are registered on the 5th day of the term.

Students may add courses at any time during the published “add” period for each term. Students who drop a course through the 5th day of a term, may receive a tuition refund (pro-rated for summer term). All refunds are mailed and take approximately two weeks to process from the date received.

Adding and Dropping Courses

Semester deadlines for adding and dropping courses are as follows:

Fall Semester 2017: August 25, 2017

Spring Semester 2018: January 12, 2018

  • Students who registered online may drop or add courses online.
  • OR Submit an Add/Drop Form to the Office of Enrollment Services in person. 
  • Students may add or drop online classes through the Add/Drop period.

Students may add or drop Late Start classes beginning after the first week through the first class meeting.

View the Tuition Refu​​nd Schedule

Withdrawing from courses

Students may withdraw from courses beginning on the following dates to receive "W" grade:

Fall Semester 2017 starting August 26, 2017​

Spring Semester 2018 starting January 13, 2018

Withdrawal Deadlines

You may withdraw from classes to receive "W" grade. Check the online course schedule for the course. Click on the Course Title to view the last date to withdraw.

Students who totally withdraw from all classes for the term may be qualified for a tuition refund.

Refunds for Dropping & Withdrawing

The Office of Enrollment Services will​ only drop or withdraw you from your class upon your submission of the Drop Form or the Course Withdrawal Form. Failure to attend class does not constitute dropping or withdrawing from class. If you change your mind about enrolling in your class for the term or are unable to finish the term after you start, it is important to contact the Office of Enrollment Services in person with your request to drop or withdraw from class.​​

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