Information regarding registration and/or changes using a Change of Schedule (Drop/Add) process is provided below. Typically, most changes can be made through UAccess Student Center until a specified date. The change of schedule process is for exceptions and those enrollment requests that need approval of an instructor and/or College or academic unit. To identify when a Change of Schedule and/or a Late Change Petition are necessary, please see the Dates and Deadlines calendar.
The Change of Schedule Request can be accessed online.
Late Change Petitions for Single Course Drops are also available to students. Late change petitions submitted after the last day for students to submit the request to their college or academic unit will be denied.
Note: Some departments have elected not to use the online Change of Schedule form for adding classes and prefer to enroll students departmentally. If your class selection is not available for enrollment in the online Change of Schedule form, please contact the department offering the class for enrollment assistance.
Information for Instructors
All change of schedule requests require instructor review. When a student submits a change of schedule request, an email is sent to the class instructor's university email account. The class instructor needs to support or deny the request.
Note: If an instructor is incorrectly assigned to a Change of Schedule Request, please contact 24/7 IT Support.
To confirm that a Change of Schedule Request you approved has been processed, please view your class roster (instructions for how to view roster).
Information for Academic Departments
Administrative Change of Schedule requests should be used when a department cannot complete enrollment for a class or when an enrollment error is made by a department.
Note: Departments are not able to override the following and the online change of schedule request should be used:
- Multiple enrollments in the same course
- Service Indicators
The Office of the Registrar will not approve the following:
- Requests to override enrollment capacity for In-Person or Flex In-Person classes
Please contact email@example.com with any questions or concerns. Students are encouraged to consult with your academic advisor as you consider any changes to enrollment status. Contact information for advisors is available at the Advising Resource Center.