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2023-2024 University Catalog
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Adding/Dropping Courses and Late Registration

Students should exercise care when registering to avoid the necessity of schedule changes after classes have begun. Classes may be added or dropped from a student's schedule during a term's registration period through the last day of add/drop. Course adds and drops may be completed via the myWings web portal or in person at One-Stop Student Services located in Hicks Hall, Building 53. Courses officially dropped during the add/drop period will generate a refund and will not appear on a student's permanent record.

If a student discontinues attendance in a course without officially dropping or withdrawing, a final grade of "F" may be assigned.

Non-attendance does not guarantee that a student will be dropped from a class. Students are fee liable for all courses for which they register. Students must drop themselves from any courses for which they do not wish to remain enrolled.

A Late Registration fee of $100 is assessed for students whose first registration activity for a given semester occurs during add/drop week or for students who add a class during Late Registration after the add/drop period has ended. Students are not charged the Late Registration fee for every class added- this fee is assessed only once per term.

Students are not permitted to add a course after the add/drop period ends unless there are unusual circumstances clearly beyond the student's control. When such a case exists, the student must complete a Request for Late Registration Form and obtain all necessary approvals (signatures). Students must submit completed forms to One Stop Student Services either in-person or via their secure UNF email. A Late Registration fee of $100 will be added to the student's account. A Late Payment fee of $100 may also be assessed. The Late Registration deadline is posted on the Academic Calendar. Students wishing to register for a course after the posted Late Registration deadline must submit a Student Petition of Academic Policy (SPAP), supported by a statement of extenuating circumstances and proper documentation, to be considered for late-adding a course. The SPAP Committee makes final decisions on petitions to add courses after the late registration deadline.

Courses that are scheduled to meet for the first time after the add/drop period ends may be dropped the next business day by contacting One-Stop Student Services either in-person or via secure UNF email. Tuition payments are still due on the regular deadline for all classes.

Please refer to the Academic Calendar for specific registration and add/drop dates and specific registration deadlines.