Add/Drop Request

To add or drop a course you must complete the Drop/Add Form

Read the Registration Information document to understand Post University's drop/add policies.

Important:
Do not stop attending classes for any non-emergency reason without first submitting the completed drop/add form. Otherwise, you will be academically withdrawn and not receive a refund or you will receive an "F" for the course. 

If a student must withdraw from all courses, an action equivalent to withdrawing from the University, he or she must do so by officially notifying The Office of the Registrar. Official notification occurs when the student provides The Office of the Registrar with written or oral notification of the withdrawal. The Office of the Registrar will require that the student confirm any oral notification of withdrawal in writing. For more information, please read the University Withdrawal Policy.

Add/Drop Policy

Students may make changes to their schedule during the “add/drop” period at the start of a term or MOD. A schedule change consists of adding or dropping a course or changing from one course section to another.

Add/Drop Policy: Main Campus Students

Students may drop a course without any entry being made on their transcript during the first week of a term. If withdrawal occurs after the first week, but before the end of the second week following the mid-term date (as indicated on the Academic Calendar), a grade of “W” will be recorded. Students may not withdraw from a course(s) after that date. Students wishing to withdraw must submit a withdrawal form to the Registrar’s Office. Those who fail to do so will receive a grade of “F.”

If a student must withdraw from all courses, an action tantamount to withdrawing from the University, he or she must do so by officially notifying the Registrar’s Office. Official notification occurs when the student provides the designated school office (the Registrar’s Office) with written or oral notification of the withdrawal. The Registrar’s Office will require that the student confirm the oral notification of withdrawal in writing.

Add/Drop Policy: ADP Students

Post University ADP students who wish to make schedule changes must do so prior to 5 p.m. EST on the Friday before a MOD starts to add and drop courses with no additional fees and receive a full refund for tuition and fees charged. Thereafter, students may continue to add and drop courses until the end of the Add/Drop period, but will be charged an administrative fee of $150 for each course dropped. No entry will be made to a student’s transcript prior to the end of the Add/Drop period, which is Friday 5 p.m. EST the end of the first week of a MOD. Students are responsible for confirming drops in writing or e-mail from the Office of the Registrar prior to end of the Add/Drop Period. Those who fail to do so will receive a grade of “F.”

If a student must withdraw from all courses, an action tantamount to withdrawing from the University, he or she must do so by officially notifying the Registrar’s Office. Official notification occurs when the student provides the designated school office (the Registrar’s Office) with written or oral notification of the withdrawal. The Registrar’s Office will require that the student confirm the oral notification of withdrawal in writing.

Students receiving financial aid should consult with the Office of Student Finance to determine how their award package may be affected by adding, dropping or withdrawing from courses. The Office of Student Finance makes disbursements after the end of the Add/Drop Period in order to determine a student’s enrollment status and eligibility.

Graduate Programs Add/Drop Policy

Post University ADP students who wish to make schedule changes must do so prior to 5 p.m. EST on the Friday before a MOD starts to add and drop courses with no additional fees and receive a full refund for tuition and fees charged. A student may withdraw without a grade from a course prior to 5:00PM ET on Friday of the first week of class. After that time, the student will receive a “W” grade. University policy states that withdrawals after the first week of class will result in loss of tuition money. However, withdrawal with a “W” grade must occur prior to the end of the 5th week of the module. Withdrawals that occur after the fifth week will result in a failing grade.

Add/Drop Request

To add or drop a course, students must complete the Add/Drop Form. For more information about Post University’s Add/ Drop policies, read the Registration Information document and download the Add_Drop Form

Important:

Students should not stop attending classes for any non-emergency reason without submitting the completed Add/Drop Form. to the Registrar’s Office. Students who have an emergency should contact their Academic Advisor, Dean of Students, or the Office of Academic Affairs. Failure to complete the appropriate paperwork, may result in an earned grade of ‘F’ for the course.

If you are considering dropping or withdrawing from one or more courses, please consult the Campus Tuition Refund Policy or Online Tuition Refund Policy.


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