Changes and Withdrawals
Changes and Withdrawals
To avoid charges, a student who will not, or cannot, attend the classes
in which he/she has enrolled, is responsible to withdraw during the first 10
days of a regular semester, or the first five days of a summer semester, or the
first 1/8 of a short course by completing a
“Withdrawal” or drop form*. (This must be done in person.)
Withdrawals may be completed at the Claremore, Bartlesville, or Pryor campuses.
Students should retain a copy of the form.
*Note: Withdrawals may not be
completed by phone or after the final posted date to withdraw.
add a class after the first week of school, the “drop/add” form must
be signed by the Department Head or instructor.
The first ten days of a fall or spring semester, the first five days of
a summer semester, or the first 1/8 of a short-term course is designated as
the “drop/add” period. During the first five days of a fall or spring
semester, students may add/drop/enroll in regular 16-week classes without special
sixth through the tenth day of the regular term, the fourth and fifth days
of a summer term, or the second day of a short-term course is the Late
Enrollment period. During the Late Enrollment period, a student
will only be allowed to enroll in a class with permission from the
Department Head or Instructor.
No enrollment will be allowed in any course after the first ten days of a
regular term, the first five days of a summer term, or the first 1/8
of a short-term course.
should retain the copy of the "drop/add" form in the Registrar’s Office
after it has been signed and completed.
Students will be charged 100% for courses dropped after the “add/drop”
period. (The first ten
days of a regular semester, the first five days of a summer semester, or
the first 1/8 of a short-term course.)
A grade of “W” is issued when a student initiates a withdrawal during the
allowable withdrawal period (through the twelfth week of a regular semester, the
sixth week of a summer semester, or the first 3/4 of a short-term course). After the allowable withdrawal period
(final date to withdraw published in the course schedule), only the following
grades will be given: “A,”
“B,” “C,” “D,” “F,”
"P/NP," or "I." An
“I” may be given only if the student is passing and has completed a
substantial part of the course work.
Students with a recorded grade,
including a “W” or “AU,” on their transcript, will be charged for the
course. A student should withdraw during the “drop and add” period to avoid