- Dropping a course before the “W” deadline has no effect on your academic standing.
- The amount of tuition that is due or the amount you could be refunded if dropped after the tuition refund date could be affected.
- Dropping a course at any time could affect your financial aid/scholarships. Please talk to the Financial Aid office for more information.
- You will not be able to drop courses if you have a hold that prevents registration. You will need to get the hold resolved before dropping any course.
- Log in to your my.byui.edu account. (Access the log-in page on the BYU—Idaho homepage: www.byui.edu )
- Select the blue “Student” tab.
- Scroll down to “Add/Drop Courses” or click on “Registration” in the gray bars on the left side of the page.
- Scroll down to the list of courses you are registered for and click the drop box next to the course you want to drop.
- Click drop selected courses or drop all courses, depending on what you want to do.
- Check your schedule to ensure that the course was dropped and no longer on your schedule.
Withdrawing from an individual class
- Dropping a course after the “W” deadline will result in a "W" being on your transcript.
- The "W" grade will not be calculated into your GPA and will remain on your transcript even if you retake the course.
- "W" grades are considered non-progress grades and could affect your academic standing.
- Withdrawing from a class at any time could affect your financial aid/scholarships. Please talk to the Financial Aid Office for more information.
- "W" grades are placed on your academic record (transcript) if you drop a class anytime after the 22nd day in a semester (or after the 15th day in a block) up until the final drop deadline, for any reason.
- "W" grades are not calculated into your grade point average (GPA).
- "W" grades remain on your transcript even if you retake the class at a later date.
- "W" grades are considered non-progress grades and are calculated into the 75% progress requirements. (See explanation below).
- If you are receieving Federal Financial Aid, you must check with that office to determine how W grades affect your eligibility.
Dropping all classes from your schedule before the "withdrawal" deadline will result in you being withdrawn from BYU—I. You will not be allowed to withdraw after the deadline and will receive the grades earned in your courses before withdrawing from BYU-I please consider the following:
- Eligibility for Tuition Refund
- Possible Repayment of Financial Aid
- Possible Loss of Scholarship
- Eligibility to Remain in Student Housing
- Loss of Campus Employment
- Eligibility to Retain Health Insurance
- Impact on Academic Record and Standing
- Loss of Admission Status; Need to Reapply
- Loss of Visa (International Students)
- International students must get permission
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