Add/Drop Deadline (for full-term courses): Tuesday, January 19, 2021
- Prior to the add/drop deadline students can freely add or drop courses from their schedules.
- Prior to the add/drop deadline students will receive a 100% tuition refund for dropped courses and no grade will be assigned on the academic transcript.
Course Withdrawal: Courses dropped after the add/drop deadline will impact a student’s academic transcript and tuition liability. Please see the Registrar’s webpage on Withdrawal for more detailed information.
- First day “W” grade assigned: January 20, 2021
- Last day “W” grade assigned: March 27, 2021
- First day “WF” grade assigned: March 28, 2021
- Tuition refund deadlines are listed on the Part of Term Dates and Deadlines page
Fall 2020 classes will be offered face-to-face, online, and in a hybrid of online and face-to-face instruction to help protect the health and safety of faculty and students and meet the physical distancing guidelines from the CDC.
Learn how to browse for classes by instructional method.
View the Fall 2020 Instructional Methods resource for detailed information on the course delivery methods this fall.
Video: Before You Drop a Course
Video: Drop a Course
1. Log in to Self Service Carolina:
2. Select Registration
3. Select Register for Classes
4. Select the appropriate term for class you want to drop
5. Select Drop/Withdrawal from the “Action” drop down menu on the bottom right of the screen
- If you are unable to drop/add a class due to log in issues, please visit the Division of Information Technology’s website or call 803-777-1800.
- If you are unable to drop/add a class due to a hold, please view this list of common holds and restrictions that prevent the ability to drop/add courses.
It can. If you have any scholarships or financial aid, please contact the Office of Financial Aid before dropping/withdrawing from a course by visiting their website or calling 803-777-8134.
Depending on the class, it can. Please contact your primary academic advisor before dropping a class to discuss possible implications on progression in your major.