Registering for classes
Course overrides are approved by the individual college or department at ASU. Before submitting a form, be sure to check that the course is offered by the college you are contacting.
Override request form
Dropping and withdrawing from classes
Dropping or withdrawing from a class
The timing of when you make your request to remove courses from your current schedule determines whether the removal of a course is considered a drop or a withdrawal.
- Check the Academic Calendar for the drop and withdrawal deadlines.
- Dropping a class is the removal of a class from your current schedule before the relevant deadline. A drop will remove the class from your current schedule with no record of your enrollment in the class on your official transcript.
- Withdrawing from a course is the removal of a course from your current schedule after the drop/add deadline and before the complete session withdrawal deadline. A withdrawal will remove the class(es) from your current schedule and will result in a grade of “W” on your official transcript. A grade of “W” has no impact on your GPA.
- Please refer to the Tuition Refund Policy to determine if dropping or withdrawing from classes will generate a tuition refund.
- The College of Health Solutions enforces the university deadlines on the Academic Calendar and we do not remove “W” grades for students who missed the drop deadline.
Dropping and withdrawing from courses may have a financial and academic impact. Please be sure to speak with Financial Aid and Scholarship Services as to what the impact will be on your student account. If you have questions or need assistance with dropping or withdrawing, see your academic advisor.
Registering for any class after the deadline requires approval from the college or school offering the course and is an exception to university policy. There is no guarantee that a late request will be approved.
Courses for which the deadline to register has passed are marked in the schedule of classes by a gray "add" button. When this button is selected, students are directed to a page that prompts them to select the appropriate link for the college offering the course. Policies and procedures vary by college and school.
Complete session withdrawal
If you no longer plan on attending or completing all of your classes in a given session, you can remove all of them from your current schedule by requesting a complete session withdrawal up until the relevant deadline .
Beginning the first day of the fall and spring semesters, on-campus undergraduate students wishing to withdraw are required to connect with the College of Health Solutions Advising Office to facilitate the process and submit the complete session withdrawal form. You may contact our Advising Office at email@example.com or 602-496-3300 or 844-857-3348 .
ASU does not drop or withdraw students for non-payment of tuition or non-attendance.
A mark of "I" (incomplete) is given by the instructor when you are otherwise doing acceptable work but are unable to complete the course because of illness or other conditions beyond your control. You are required to arrange with the instructor for the completion of the course requirements. The arrangement is recorded on the Request for Grade of Incomplete form. Do not re-register or pay fees to complete the course. The completion date is determined by the instructor but may not exceed one calendar year from the date the mark of “I” is recorded. When you complete the course, the instructor must submit an online grade change request. If you receive an "I" in an undergraduate course your grade will be automatically changed to a failing grade "E" if you do not complete the course within one calendar year. If you receive an "I" in a graduate course (500-level or above) your "I" grade will become a permanent part of your transcript if you do not complete the course within one year, and you will have to re-register and pay fees to repeat the course for credit. Marks of "I" are changed to a grade of "E" (0.00) for purposes of evaluating graduation requirements for undergraduate students.