Add / Drop & Withdraw
Add/Drop and Late Registration
Adding and/or Dropping and registering late for courses must be done during the Add/Drop and Late Registration hours in person at the Registrar's Office.
Adding/Dropping cannot be done on the web, via the phone, fax, nor email.
A $15 Add/Drop fee will be charged each time a change is made. Students who have not registered at all for a given semester will be charged a $25 Late Registration fee. For more information about Late Registration, please visit our Registration page.
Spring 2015 Add/Drop and Late Registration Hours:
January 20: 1 - 6 pm
January 21: 1 - 6 pm
January 22 to February 2: 3 - 5 pm
Due to weather:
*The last day to add/drop a Tuesday course is February 3rd
*The last day to add/drop a Monday course is February 9th
Students must come to the Registrar's Office in person to fill out the necessary paperwork to register or add a course. After a class has met twice, registration for that class is closed. For one credit classes, no registration can take place after the class has met once.
In order to drop a class from your record and receive a full tuition refund, a class must be dropped officially in person at the Registrar's Office prior to its second meeting. Once a class has met twice, students will be responsible for a portion of the tuition. Please see the following link(s) for a possible refund.
Have questions about your position on a wait list? Visit our wait list FAQ page.
Courses cannot be dropped. Students can request a grade of Withdrawal (WD) from a course by the midpoint of the term.
Students can request a grade of Withdrawal (WD) from a course by the midpoint of the term. The course stays on the student's record with a grade of Withdrawal (WD). Students must come to the Registrar's Office to fill out the Request For Grade of Withdrawal (WD) Form by the set deadline. Please see the following link(s) for a possible refund.
Spring 2015: Wednesday, March 4
Summer 1 2015: Monday, June 8
Summer 2 2015: Wednesday, July 15
Students receiving loans, grants, or financial aid should check with the Financial Aid Office before dropping or withdrawing from courses, since a reduced credit load may affect a student's eligibility for loans, grants, or financial aid. The Financial Aid Office can be reached at 212-875-4408
Students who find that due to extenuating medical circumstances they must withdraw from all courses for the semester are encouraged to contact the Registrar's Office at Registrar at bankstreet.edu. Please be aware that medical documentation from a third party is required for Medical Withdrawals.
Students who stop attending a class and who do not officially request a grade of WD through the Registrar's Office in writing by the above date will receive a grade of No Pass (NP) and are responsible for all tuition and fees.