The official add/drop period for each term is published in the academic calendar. Students may add or drop courses through my.erikson.edu during this period. If needed, a revised tuition statement will be issued and you will be informed of any changes in your eligibility for financial aid.

Registering for a course after the add/drop period

Students who wish to register for a course after the add/drop period must submit a Change of Registration form, available through my.erikson.edu, to the Registration and Student Records Office. In some cases students may be asked to seek written approval from the course instructor before a Change of Registration will be considered. If approved, you will be informed of any adjustment to your tuition statement. A revised tuition statement will be issued and you will be informed of any changes in your eligibility for financial aid. It is your responsibility to make up any missed course work.

Withdrawal from a course after the add/drop period

Students who wish to withdraw from a course after the add/drop period must submit a Change of Registration form, available through my.erikson.edu, to the Registration and Student Records Office. Your request to withdraw from a course will be considered official on the date you submit the completed Change of Registration form to the Registration and Student Records Office.

Once you have withdrawn from the course(s), you will be informed of any adjustment to your tuition statement for the term. Students who withdraw from a course after the end of the add/drop period may be eligible for a refund according to the Institute’s Tuition Refund Policy. The official date of your request will determine the amount of tuition that will be refunded to you, in accordance with the refund policy. A revised statement will be issued and you will also be informed of any changes to your eligibility for financial aid. If you are eligible to receive a refund of tuition, Erikson will issue a check to your current address within three weeks from the date we receive the Change of Registration Form.

Students who withdraw from a course up to four weeks before the end of the term will receive a grade of W, withdrawal. Students who withdraw from a course during the last four weeks of the term will receive a grade of WF, withdrawal,fail. No student will be eligible to withdraw from a course while an issue regarding the student’s possible academic dishonesty or other misconduct is pending with respect to that course.