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Add/Drop & Enrollment Information

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Add/Drop Form (.pdf) Undergraduate students may submit an electronic form through PeopleSoft. Click here for more information. 

Add/Drop Regulations

Refund Policy

Students may add/drop courses by signing into PeopleSoft 9.0 Student.  

The following dates apply: 

Semester-based Programs: 

  • Adding or dropping classes is permitted online through PeopleSoft through the first 10 days of classes. 
    • After the 10th class day, in order to add a class late, the student must submit an add/drop form with the following approvals: academic advisor, department chair, academic dean, and course instructor. Undergraduates can be do this online.
  • Dropped classes will not appear on the transcript if dropped within the first 20 days of classes (an add/drop form is required after the 10th class day).
  • Students may drop or withdraw from a course through the last class day (which does not include reading days or final exam week).
    • An add/drop form is required after the 10th class day, with approval from the student's academic advisor and acknowledgement from the course instructor. Undergraduates can do this online.
  • A "W" will appear on the transcript for all drops which occur between the 5th and 10th weeks of the semester.
  • An "LW" will appear on the transcript for all drops which occur after the 10th week of the semester.

Quarter-based Programs: 

  • Adding or dropping classes is permitted online through PeopleSoft through the first 5 days of classes. 
  • Dropped classes will not appear on the transcript if dropped within the first 10 days of classes (an add/drop form is required after the 5th class day with the following approvals: academic advisor, department chair, academic dean, and course instructor). 
  • Students may drop or withdraw from a course through the last class day (which does not include final exam week). An add/drop form is required after the 5th class day, with approval from the student's academic advisor and acknowledgement from the course instructor. 
    • A "W" will appear on the transcript for all drops which occur between the 3rd and 9th weeks of the quarter.
    • An "LW" will appear on the transcript for all drops which occur after the 9th week of the quarter.
     

Graduate Student Information

The following information pertains to matriculated students only. If you are a new student, or taking courses as a non-degree student, please contact the appropriate Program Coordinator: 

  • Arts and Sciences: Carmen Camp, 315-268-2318
  • Engineering: Carmen Camp, 315-268-2318
  • School of Business: Erin Dumers, 315-268-6613
  • Institute for a Sustainable Environment: Carmen Camp, 315-268-2318
  • Master of Science in Engineering and Management, Online Data Analytics Students, and all CRC Program Students: Kim Broomhall, 518-631-9837

Current, matriculated students should follow these steps:

  1. Meet with your Academic Advisor, and have your advisor hold released. 
  2. Log into PeopleSoft and navigate to Enroll in order to add classes to your Shopping Cart, and finalize your enrollment. For a detailed overview of how to enroll in classes, click here

ACSLV Cross-Registered Students: 

If you missed the deadline to add a class for the semester, you must seek approval to add late from the course instructor, as well as Clarkson's Provost. Both individuals will be required to approve your cross-registration form in writing (either by signing the cross-registration form, or by email). You can find office locations, phone numbers, and emails addresses in the Clarkson directory. Late adds may be subject to a $50 late enrollment fee.

If you have further questions or need more information, please contact us.