ADDING / DROPPING COURSES: After you initially register for the Main Summer Session via the website, you will be free to modify your schedule as needed. But please pay close attention to the following deadlines and their financial implications:
1. Once registered, you may use the website to add courses through Friday, June 1, 2012. After this date, you may still register or add courses by contacting law school Registrar Ed Rentezelas, Room E318, 856-225-6703, email@example.com , who will administratively adjust your record as needed. If your credit load increases as a result of any add transaction, then you will receive a supplemental billing from the University for the additional tuition charge. Please remember that 11 credits is the maximum course load in Summer Session. Full-time students may be enrolled in no more than 8 credits at any one time; part-time students may be enrolled in no more than 5 credits at one time.
2. Once registered, you may use the website to drop courses. Deadlines to drop courses with a 100% refund are:
Intensive Session A: Friday, May 4, 4pm
Main Summer Session: Wednesday, May 23, 4 pm
Intensive Session B: Wednesday, July 18, 4pm
For the summer session, if you drop a course between Thursday, May 24 and Monday, June 4, 2012, you will only receive a 50% refund of tuition. If you drop the course after the summer session begins, you will also receive a “W” on your transcript for that course. For the intensive sessions, a 50% refund will only be given if you drop the course before the third class meeting.
3. With the approval of Associate Dean Baker, courses may also be dropped during the period June 5 through July 17, 2012, but no refunds of tuition or student fees will be returned. The website will not be available for dropping courses after June 5, 2012. Finally, no course may be dropped after July 17, 2012.
4. Courses dropped on or before May 23, 2012 will not be indicated on the academic transcript. Note: If you register for a course and then decide against taking it but fail to drop it, then a grade of "F" will appear on the academic transcript and you will be liable for the tuition charge.
5. For intensive courses, students may add the class prior to the second meeting and may drop the class prior to the third class meeting. The regular deadlines listed apply to the availability of refunds and the timing of W’s on transcripts. Exams are scheduled after the intensive course ends.