Schedule Changes & Withdrawals
Adds and Drops
During Regular Registration
Students may add or drop classes using Banner Self Service during regular registration. One or more courses (but not all) may be dropped over the Internet up to the first day of classes each semester. (Dropping all classes constitutes a withdrawal from the University and must be processed as described below.)
After Classes Begin
During the late registration period: Initial registration and all schedule changes must be requested using the Schedule Change Form. For distance students unable to come to Alpine to obtain the necessary signature on the schedule change form, the e-mail schedule change process may be utilized. An addition of hours to any current course load will increase the bill. There is no charge for dropping a course after classes begin.
After Late Registration: All drops after late registration ends must be processed using the online drop form or at the Customer Service Counter in the Center for Enrollment Services, Room 100 of the Lawrence Hall, between the hours of 9 a.m.-4 p.m. Students may drop classes through last day to drop/withdraw from the university listed in the official academic calendar. A student will not be allowed to drop a course after these dates. Additional information can be found in the SRSU Catalog and the Student Handbook. For more about drop/adds, call Alice Bustos at (432) 837-8713. For 12th/fourth class day dates, see the official SRSU Academic Calendar.
After the 12th Class Day: Courses dropped after the 12th class day in a fall or spring semester or the 4th class day in a summer semester will be assigned a grade of a "W". Be advised that students that begin an undergraduate program in 2007 or thereafter are subject to the six drop rule. See Six Drop Limit Policy for more information.
Withdrawing from All Classes or Your Only Class
Students dropping all of their course load during any semester, even if it is just one course, are withdrawing from the university. The withdrawal process is initiated in Room 112 of Ferguson Hall or call (432) 837-8203. Students must surrender their ID card, remove parking decals from their vehicle and secure proper clearances from certain offices on campus. Withdrawing from the university is a critical procedure in insuring your academic record is properly maintained and you do not incur financial obligations through Financial Aid, Loan Agencies, Residential Living or some other department on campus. For details, call the Office of Counseling Center at (432) 837-8203.
Refunds for dropped courses and withdrawals are made according to the refund schedule. Refer to page 52 of the current catalog.
Obligation to Repay Funds
Registering for courses over the Internet (Banner Self Service), via e-mail, by phone, by mail or in person creates a financial obligation to Sul Ross State University.
Withdrawal from the university or termination of attendance after the term begins obligates a student to all or partial payment of tuition and fees, possible repayment of federal or state financial aid, loss of scholarship funds, or overpayment of veteran education benefits.
Notification of a student's financial obligations may not be determined until after the student has ceased enrollment.