Enrollment Changes are changes to your schedule or course options after you enroll. Students are responsible for all of their enrollment decisions. These include adding a class, dropping a class, cancellation, withdrawal, changing your grading option, and changing a class unit value. Unlike in the fall and spring semester, summer tuition is calculated based on the number of units you enroll. Summer fees can be impacted by your enrollment changes. Be sure you understand the deadlines by which you can make enrollment changes and the financial consequences these changes might have on your final bill.
Please read the information listed on the Summer Sessions website, including but not limited to the Session Schedules and Deadlines, as well as the Refund Policy pages. For instructions on how to make enrollment changes, visit our Help Center.
Students are expected to drop enrolled and waitlisted classes they do not plan to attend (there is no “instructor drop” in the summer term, and students are automatically enrolled from the waitlist). If you do not drop a class, you will be charged for the class and are likely to receive a failing grade (F).
Visiting international students seeking information about enrollment changes should visit Enrollment Changes for International Students.