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Kansas State University

Drop/Add

Drop Dates

Course drop dates are calculated by counting calendar days and include Saturdays, Sundays and holidays. When a refund date falls on a Saturday, Sunday or a holiday, the refund must be processed no later than the next business day in Enrollment Services, 210 Willard Hall, 8:15 a.m. to 12 p.m. or 1 p.m. to 4:45 p.m. For refund dates please see the Academic Calendar.

The last day to drop a course with 98 or more calendar days (14 or more weeks in length) without a W being recorded is the end of the 36th calendar day of the term, September 29. After the 68th day of the term, October 31, courses may not be dropped. For courses with 97 or less calendar days, the drop dates are prorated. Refer to Non Standard Drop/Refund Dates - F08.

iSIS Student Self Service

After your assigned enrollment appointment time you can drop regular courses with 98 or more calendar days (14 or more weeks in length) through the 68th day, October 31. You can add a regular course with 98 or more calendar days (14 or more weeks in length) through the 7th calendar day, August 31.

Access iSIS at https://isis.k-state.edu.

Dean’s Office

After your assigned enrollment appointment time has passed you will need to visit your Dean’s Office to drop or add.

Required Signatures

Advisor must release appropriate service indicator for drop/add transactions for students in the Colleges of Agriculture, Architecture/Planning/Design, Education, Engineering, and Human Ecology beginning September 1.

Instructors can sign an Instructor/Department iSIS Class Permission form (available to instructors from their department office) for closed or permission courses. Instructor/Department permission for adds is required beginning the 8th calendar day of the term, September 1, for regular courses.

For non-standard courses, instructor permission is required once the course has begun.

Withdrawal

Beginning August 31, dropping all of your on-campus classes requires you to complete a Notice of Withdrawal form; contact your academic dean’s office.