Fall 2013 - Add / Drop
When: August 28 - September 3, 2013
Select Student Center/Register after logging in at my.unt.edu.
Registration will not allow you to drop your last class (i.e., withdraw from the semester). To withdraw, you will need to go to the Dean of Students Office.
Dropping classes or failing to complete and pass registered hours may make you ineligible for financial aid. You must meet Satisfactory Academic Progress (SAP) requirements to maintain eligibility for financial aid as defined by the UNT Office of Student Financial Aid and Scholarships. For more information on UNT's SAP policies, please visit financialaid.unt.edu/satisfactory-academic-progress-requirements.
In addition, if you drop below half-time enrollment you may be required to begin paying back your student loans. Please contact financial aid directly as your situation may vary.
|Description:||For students who have registered and completed fee payment. At this time, students may change their schedules.|
|Payment Deadline:||Payment deadline for additional tuition and fees resulting from add/drop is 5:00 p.m., Thursday, September 5.|
|September 1, Sunday||Housing payment due.|
|September 4, Wednesday||Last day for 80 perent refund of tuition only if withdrawing from the semester (dropping all courses).
See more information about refunds.
|September 5, Thursday||
Add/Drop is available until 4:30 p.m., September 5, 2013*.
*Drop will be unavailable September 5, from 4:30 p.m. -11:59 p.m. for mandatory processing.
Drop only is available through 11:59 p.m., September 11, 2013 (12th class day).
Fee Payment for Add/Drop is due by 5 p.m., September 5, 2013.
After you have revised your schedule, go to my.unt.edu to view your new tuition and fee information. You must pay any amount owed for added classes by Thursday, September 5, 2013 or your class schedule may be canceled. Please check your balance carefully.
For step-by-step instructions on how to pay your bill, see My Help for Students.
To Drop a Course
If you are dropping all your classes, see Withdraw from the Semester.
|August 28 – September 11, 2013
||Instructor approval not required. Students may drop courses during this period without instructor approval online at my.unt.edu or at the Registrar's Office in the Eagle Student Services Center at the following times:
You must present your student ID to drop a class. During this period, you may also request a drop in writing by fax. Your fax must include the following information:
Requests must be received in the Registrar's Office no later than 5:00 p.m. on the appropriate deadline. The fax number for the Registrar's Office is 940-565-4463. If you drop all your courses, you will be withdrawing from the university for that semester. See the withdrawal section for more information.
|September 12 – October 8, 2013||Instructor approval required (drop form).
Automatic W grade assigned. Students may drop a course at the Registrar's Office in the Eagle Student Services Center at the following times:
You must bring written approval of the instructor of the course. You will get an automatic grade of W.
|October 9 - November 6, 2013||Instructor approval required (drop form).
W or WF grade may be assigned, as determined by the instructor. Students may drop a course at the Registrar's Office in the Eagle Student Services Center at the following times:
|October 19 - November 22, 2013||Instructors may drop students with a grade of WF for nonattendance.|
To Withdraw from the Semester (Drop All Courses)
Effective Fall 2012, students wanting to withdraw from the semester (drop ALL courses for the semester) must do so at the Dean of Student's Office.
Students wanting to withdraw from the semester (drop ALL courses for the semester) PRIOR to the first day of the term, would do so with the Registrar's office.
The following chart shows important dates related to withdrawal:
|Withdrawals made on or before August 27, 2013 (prior to first day of the term)||Registration for the semester is NOT noted on transcript and 100% refund for applicable tuition and fee charges. Requests to withdraw made prior to first day of the term should be made to the Registrar's Office.|
|August 28, 2013 - September 11, 2013||Registration for the semester is noted on the student's transcript, but individual courses are not listed. Refunds for withdrawals at this point are based on the Withdrawal Refund calendar as indicated. See Withdrawal Refund Information for more information.|
|September 12 - October 8, 2013||An automatic grade of W is assigned for all courses.|
|October 19 - November 22, 2013||All courses will receive a grade of W or WF as determined by the instructor. They will enter the grade assignments at the end of the term when they complete their grade rosters. Refer to the Graduate or Undergraduate catalog for more information.|
NOTE: Students receiving financial aid must also contact Student Financial Aid and Scholarships before dropping a class or withdrawing. Students receiving student loans may be required to complete loan exit counseling with a financial aid counselor before they are permitted to withdraw. Loan exit packets may also be mailed to students.
See Tuition and Fee Information for withdrawal and drop refund information.
If a student officially or unofficially withdraws, ceases attendance, or is administratively withdrawn from UNT, he or she will owe a repayment of the financial aid funds to the program(s) from which they (or their parents) were awarded (thus owing a debt to the university). Federal regulations require post-secondary institutions to calculate the amount of Title IV funds (aid) earned during the term from which the student withdrew. Factors considered in the calculation include: date of withdrawal, the total amount of Title IV aid eligibility, tuition and fee charges, room and board charges (if applicable), and class attendance. Please view Student Financial Aid and Scholarship's policy on withdrawing from the University by visiting http://financialaid.unt.edu/withdrawing-university.
Note: Official transcripts are not released to any student who has an unpaid account or has defaulted on loans received from any university.
For more information, contact the Registrar's Information Counter by calling 940-565-2378 or visiting Eagle Student Services Center (ESSC) Room 147.
For instructions on using the EIS Student Center for Registration, please go to the EIS My Help for Students page.