Students should note the important dates and times within each term to drop or add a course. Students can find all key dates in the current Academic Calendar.

Students who wish to drop from a class must follow specific procedures as authorized by the District Board of Trustees and the State of Florida. Students who fail to follow the instructions outlined below may have adverse grade and financial aid consequences.

Financial aid recipients, veterans and other students whose programs require specific credit hour enrollment should be aware that withdrawing from a class may change their award eligibility and may reduce the amount of aid they receive for the term.

How to Drop a Class

Eligible students may drop online using the WISE system. Students using the WISE system are reminded that they are solely responsible for any errors in registration. Students should always make a copy of their WISE transactions when adding or dropping classes. Note that students on restrictions, requiring college preparatory courses or changing courses which have a corequisite, laboratory or clinical component, will need to make these changes at the Student Affairs office. 

Financial aid recipients, veterans and other students whose programs require specific credit hour enrollment should be aware that dropping from a class may change their award eligibility and may reduce the amount of aid they receive for the term.

To Drop a Class On Campus

Students must:

  1. Complete a Registration Form (SAR-5), available in the Student Affairs office, indicating the course prefix, course number, and section number for the appropriate class.
  2. Take the completed registration form to the Student Affairs office staff where the staff member will input the information into the college student records system dropping the course from the student's schedule. The staff member will return a copy of the registration form to the student, along with a printout showing the student's new class schedule.