• Undergrads: Officially withdraw from summer classes you do not intend to take

    Undergrads: Officially withdraw from summer classes you do not intend to take

    From the Office of the University Registrar

    University policy states that undergraduate students who do not attend the first day of class may be dropped from the class roster at the discretion of the instructor; however, students should not assume that the instructor will drop them from a course if they fail to attend the first day.

    University policy also requires undergraduate students who are registered for classes to pay their fees and receive grades for them. It is the students’ responsibility to ensure that they are officially withdrawn from any course in which they are registered but do not attend.

    If you have questions, call the Registrar’s Office, (651) 962-6700.

    Registration sites and times

    Undergraduate students may add or drop courses by one of the following two methods:

    1. Access Murphy Online
    2. Visit the Registrar’s Office from 7:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Monday through Friday, Room 106, Aquinas Hall

    Summer Session I (May 27-July 9)

    Undergraduate students may add or drop courses through Tuesday, June 2. Note: For undergraduate students, the last day to drop a course without a notation of "W" on the academic record is June 2.

    Extended Session (May 27-July 23)

    Undergraduate students may add or drop courses through June 5. Note: For undergraduate students, the last day to drop a course without a notation of "W" on the academic record is June 5.

    Double Session (May 27-Aug. 20)

    Undergraduate students may add or drop courses through June 9. Note: For undergraduate students, the last day to drop a course without a notation of "W" on the academic record is June 9.

    Summer Session II (July 13-Aug. 20)

    Undergraduate students may add or drop courses through July 17. Note: For undergraduate students, the last day to drop a course without a notation of "W" on the academic record is July 17.

    Summer 2009 tuition refund schedule

    The refund schedule for summer varies by session. Consult your program’s registration materials for specific refund dates, or contact your program coordinator for assistance. If you have questions about tuition refunds, contact the Business Office, (651) 962-6600.

     

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