Definition: A drop-back is an opportunity for a student to drop-back from one class in the interest of student success. Drops can be made to:
In dropping back, it is as if the student dropped the original class during add/drop
and added the new
class. In other words, students pay only for the destination class and the original class does not appear on the transcript.
In all cases, we will try to drop students into 12 week classes. This is not possible
for all campuses and
courses. After add/drop, students may only drop-back to 16-week sections that are below capacity and with the destination section instructor’s permission.
Assuming 16-week and 12-week semesters starting on Mondays...
Approved by Becky Harp Stephens September 16, 2015
Adopted by Math/Stats Division September 18, 2015