After initial fall or spring registration, you may wish to add or drop a course. You may do so on Albert up until the first two weeks of fall and spring classes, or in person after Albert has been deactivated for the semester. If the change to you program is substantial, you should also have a discussion with your academic adviser.
Also, before making changes to your schedule, it is important consult the Office of the Bursar and the Office of Financial Aid to investigate the financial impact, if any, from making an adjustment. After reviewing information on additional charges, the refund policy and your financial aid package you can follow the appropriate procedure.
a. Obtaining the instructor’s written permission on the appropriate form or on University stationery provided by instructor’s department.
b. Bring the written permission to Gallatin’s Office of Student Services (1 Washington Place, 8th fl.) and complete a Program Change form.
c. Bring the Gallatin approved forms to the Office of the Registrar (25 W. 4th Street) to complete the registration process.
d. Check Albert to confirm that the course has been added to your schedule.
a. Visiting the Gallatin Office of Student Services (1 Washington Place, 8th fl.) to complete a Program Change form.
b. Bring the Gallatin approved form to the Office of the Registrar (25 W. 4th Street) to complete the registration process
c. Check Albert to confirm that a grade of “W” has been assigned to the course. (the” W” will take about two weeks to appear on your schedule.)
The deadlines above apply to the standard 14-week session courses only. Please see Dropping/Withdrawing from Courses to view the deadlines for other sessions (7-week, 3-week, etc.)