Records and Registration
Drop, Add or Waitlist a Course
Add or Drop
Students who want to change schedules may drop/add using My Northeast. My Northeast is available to add classes through the first week of the spring and fall terms. Students may drop courses through the second week of a regular term on My Northeast. For the summer terms, My Northeast is available through the third day of each session for dropping or adding courses. After My Northeast closes for schedule changes, students who want to make changes must officially drop or add courses by filling out a Drop/Add Form. These forms are available from the Registrar’s Office or the student’s advisor. If necessary, students should make changes in their schedules during the first week of the semester; however, students may drop or add classes after the first week. Without special permission from the Vice President of Student Services or his/her designee and the instructor involved, no student may enter a class after it has been in session two weeks or twice the number of periods the class meets per week. A student must drop classes by the last day to officially drop.
Schedule changes for students receiving veteran benefits, may cause a debt that the student will owe to the Department of Veterans Affairs. For further information, please contact the Registrar's Office.
Waitlists will become available at the beginning of the registration period as classes fill. If a class with a waitlist option is full when a student attempts to register for it, they will be given the option to add themselves to the waitlist and wait for an email notification that a seat has become available. Being on a wait list does not guarantee enrollment, but can improve a student’s chance of enrollment if another student drops the class.
Credit Classes: Tuition and Fees will be refunded according to the Tuition and Fees Refund Schedule. Students must officially withdraw from college by submitting a completed withdrawal form to the Registrar’s Office. Course and material fees are not refundable once a class begins, except when the college cancels a class.
Noncredit Course Refunds: Request for refunds of tuition for courses of eight or more sessions must be made through the Registrar, Extended Campus Director, or the Continuing Education Division before the second session. For courses less than eight sessions, requests for refunds must be made prior to the first session. Material fees are not refundable except when courses are canceled by the college.
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