Dropping from a Course/Drop Deadlines
If you have questions about how a drop from a course will affect your graduation, academic standing, financial aid, eligibility to play athletics, veterans' benefits or tuition refund, contact the One Stop Center prior to submitting the form. For information about how dropping a course will affect your financial responsibility and refund policies, please visit the refund policies page.
You should not assume that failing to attend class will result in the instructor dropping you from class. Your non-attendance may result in a grade of "F" and thus jeopardize your academic standing and financial aid. Self-initiating the withdrawal before the deadline will ensure that you do not receive an "F" grade for the course.
- Last day to drop an individual Fall 2021, 15-week course without a transcript notation is September 17, 2021.
- Last day to drop an individual Fall 2021, 15-week course is November 19, 2021. A 'W' grade will be recorded on your transcript.
Varied Length Courses - Courses that do not meet the entire 15-week semester
Summer & Winter Sessions
Please see the appropriate session chart for course specific dates.
Drop a Course(s) (while remaining registered for at least one other course)
To drop an individual course, submit a Drop/Add Slip. Drops from individual courses do not require the signature of the instructor; however, before dropping a class, you should carefully consider any financial or academic consequences.
Students enrolled in an online course may drop from an online course by sending an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org. Please include your name, student ID number, and the class you wish to withdraw from in your e-mail.
Drop All of Your Courses (Complete Withdrawal)
Students wishing to completely withdraw from all courses should contact Academic Advising, Career and Transfer Services. Complete withdrawals from the College will be accepted through the last day of classes. The form is available at www.flcc.edu/eduplanning/.