Adds, Drops, and Refunds

Adds: Students may register for a summer course at the Office of the Registrar or Division of Online and Continuing Studies through the third class meeting of the course with the instructor’s signature on either a registration form or add form.

Drops: The last day to drop or change to audit without academic penalty is the midpoint of scheduled meeting times of the course.

Part-Time Student Drop/Add Forms are available online or in the Frost School of Continuing and Professional Studies and Registrar’s offices.

Withdrawals: After the midpoint of scheduled meeting times of the course, matriculated (degree) students must submit a withdrawal form to the Undergraduate Studies office. Non-matriculated (non-degree) students must submit a withdrawal form to the Division of Online and Continuing Studies office describing the extenuating circumstances arising after the withdrawal period has ended, such as, but not limited to the following:

• Documented learning disability

• Documented medical circumstances

• Care of family during an emergency

• Military duty

• Jury duty

Failure to attend a class is not a reason for a withdrawal after the deadline.

Refunds:Tuition, mandatory fees, and course fees will be issued according to the following schedule:

Refund:

FACE-TO-FACE COURSES ONLINE COURSES
Pior to the 2nd class meeting: 100% Prior to the 3rd day of the term: 100%
Prior to the 3rd class meeting: 50% Prior to the 5th  day of the term: 75%
After the 3rd class meeting: 0% Prior to the 7th day of the term: 50%
N/A On/after the 7th day of the term: 0%

Course fees for academic trips are non-refundable. Learn more about the refund policy online  by clicking here. Courses that have insufficient enrollments by Friday, May 11th will be canceled. Students in canceled classes will be notified by email so they may register for other courses or request a refund. Requests for refunds must be made to Gail Carr (gailc@plymouth.edu), Director of Continuing Education. Course charges, fees, and academic regulations are subject to change without advance notice. PSU reserves the right to cancel, postpone, or combine class sections, and to limit registrations and change instructors.