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Add/Drop Forms

Please read the following information carefully before accessing Add/Drop (Withdrawal) forms below.

  1. Refer to the Course Schedule PDF or Genisys for exact course you wish to Add.
  2. Please fill out the Online Add a Course form (linked below).
    • Important: Please note when and how you received permission to enroll in the course in the "Questions or Comments" section of the Online form.
  3. Refer to the Undergraduate Academic Calendar for Add/Drop deadline dates.
    • Please note that this Calendar is separate from the Graduate School Calendar.
  4. When adding a course we advise of the following:
    • Make payment arrangements for the added course with the Business Office.
    • Purchase your books as quickly as possible as not to fall behind on the coursework.

Impact on Financial Aid/Payment

  • Students who wish to add courses may have to "Pre-pay" for any added classes. This means you will be prohibited from registering for a course once the semester starts until you pay for the course in advance.
  • You will want to make payment arrangements regarding your added cours(es). You can do so either by:
    • Making payments online through Genisys
    • Establishing Tuition Installment Plan (TIP). This service enables you to pay for your courses through set installments over the course of the semester. There is a small fee applied to this service and is made available through the Business Office (1-877-386-9525).
  • You may want to contact your financial aid counselor in the Central Financial Aid Office (757-352-4125) to further discuss any ramifications to your financial aid package.

Upon receipt of your Online Add a Course form your Advisor will process your request. Once this form is received it will be forwarded it to the Registrar's Office for final action.  Your account balance will reflect any monetary change once the Registrar has been able to process the paperwork.  This process may take up to 3-5 business days.

Students who have not attended or logged into a class, will, at the end of the second week of the session/semester—in accordance with university practice—be assumed to have unofficially dropped and will be administratively dropped from that class.

I have read and understand the above statement and wish to access the Add a Course Form.

I Agree

  • To Drop course(s) prior to or at the start of a semester or session.
  • To Withdraw from all classes during the course of a semester.
  • Dropping a class within the first week will have no permanent notation to your academic record.
  • After the 1st week through the 4th week, students receive a "W" (for "Withdrawn")
  • After the 4th week to the end of the 7th week, students receive a "WF" (Withdrawn Failing)
  • Financial penalties apply to grades of a "W", and "WF"
  • Withdrawals are not permitted the last week of classes
  1. Please fill out the Online Drop a Course form (linked below).
  2. Refer to the Spring Semester Schedule PDF or Genisys for exact course you wish to Drop.
  3. Refer to the Undergraduate Academic Calendar for Add/Drop deadline dates.
    • Please note that this Calendar is separate from the Graduate School Calendar.
    • The date of the initial request to drop will be the date that determines the percentage returned for the class, if any.
  4. If you are receiving any financial aid, review the following Refund Policy: Title IV Return of Refund Policy.
  5. After the first week of a course, your "last date of participation" is confirmed by the faculty offices.
    • Important: This date directly impacts how much federal aid a student may (or may not) have credited for the course.

Impact on Financial Aid/Payment

  • If you received a STUDENT REFUND, you must:
  • You will want to make payment arrangements regarding your added cours(es). You can do so either by:
    • Making payments online through Genisys
    • Establishing Tuition Installment Plan (TIP). This service enables you to pay for your courses through set installments over the course of the semester. There is a small fee applied to this service and is made available through the Business Office.
    • Please have the Business Office send an email to your advisor to confirm any monies owing or not.
  • You may want to contact your financial aid counselor in the Central Financial Aid Office (757-352-4125) to further discuss any ramifications to your financial aid package.
    • If you are receiving Pell Grant or VTAG and are dropping below your original 12 credits, you must contact the Central Financial Aid Office to ascertain the specific impact to your financial aid package.
    • If will are dropping below 6 credits, it is likely you will no longer qualify for Federal Student Loans. You should contact CFA to find the specific impact this will have on your Student Loans.
  • Scholarship percentages are based on credit hours, so amounts may adjust per number of credits dropped.

Refund Policy

Charges are incurred upon completion of course registration. Students withdrawing from courses are entitled to refunds according to the following schedule:

Before course starts through end of first week 100%
Start of second week through End of second week 50%
After start of third week No refund

Upon receipt of your Online Drop a Course form your Advisor will process your request. Once this form is received it will be forwarded it to the Registrar's Office for final action.  Your account balance will reflect any monetary change once the Registrar has been able to process the paperwork.  This process may take up to 5-10 business days.

Students who have not attended or logged into a class, will, at the end of the second week of the session/semester—in accordance with university practice—be assumed to have unofficially dropped and will be administratively dropped from that class.

I have read and understand the above statement and wish to access the Drop a Course Form.

I Agree

Please read the following information carefully before accessing the Withdrawal Form and Survey form below.

It is important to follow procedures when requesting to Withdraw from the University. Failure to do so may impact your academic and financial records/history.

  1. Please fill out the Registrar's Withdrawal Form PDF
  2. Please complete the Online Add/Drop a Course Forms.
    • You should drop any and all courses you may presently be enrolled in.
    • Select "Yes" to the question "Is the student withdrawing from the university?"
  3. Please be sure to review the University's Withdrawal policy as it applies to any Financial Aid you may be receiving: Title IV Return of Refund Policy
  4. This survey is intended to get honest feedback regarding students' experiences here at Regent and assist us in improving the quality of Student Life.
  5. Fax the Withdrawal Survey to our office: 757-352-4685.

Refund Policy

  • Charges are incurred upon completion of course registration. Students withdrawing from courses are entitled to refunds according to the following schedule:
Before course starts through end of first week 100%
Start of second week through End of second week 50%
After start of third week No refund

Upon receipt of your Online Withdrawal form and survey, your Advisor will process the request. The Withdrawal form will be forwarded to the Registrar's Office for final action.  Your Withdrawal survey will be forwarded to the Student Services for Undergraduates office. This process may take up to 5-10 business days and your student status will be updated accordingly.

Students who have not attended or logged into a class, will, at the end of the second week of the session/semester—in accordance with university practice—be assumed to have unofficially dropped and will be administratively dropped from that class.

I have read and understand the above statement and wish to access the University Withdrawal Form.
I Agree