Course drop dates are calculated by counting calendar days, including Saturdays, Sundays and holidays. Drop deadline dates that fall on Saturday, Sunday or a holiday are extended through the next business day. Changing a reference number is considered a Drop/Add.
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 semester, February 21. After the 68th day of the semester, March 24, courses may not be dropped. For courses with 97 or less calendar days, the drop dates are prorated. Refer to Course Drops by Days and Course Refunds by Days and Drop and Refunds for Short Courses.
After your assigned enrollment time (Enrollment Time Chart), you can drop or add between 7:00am-9:00pm Mon-Fri. through January 23. Know your eID and password.
url of http://kats.ksu.edu/
After your assigned enrollment time, (Enrollment Time Chart), you can drop or add at Enrollment Services 210 Willard Hall between 8:15am-11:45am, 1:00pm-4:45pm. (or K-State Salina, 208 College Center, 8 a.m. - 5 p.m.)
Drop/Add forms required at Enrollment Services. Drop/Add forms are available in the hallway across from 210 Willard Hall or K-State Salina, 208 College Center.
Instructors can give an electronic permission via KATS or sign a Course Section Permit form (available to instructors from their department office) for closed/permission courses. Instructor permission for adds is required beginning the 8th calendar day of the semester (January 24) for courses with 70 or more calendar days (10 or more weeks in length). Instructor permission for courses with 69 or less calendar days are pro-rated once the course has begun.
Deanís permission for enrollment is required beginning the 15th calendar day of the semester (Jaunuary 31) for courses with 70 or more calendars days (10 or more weeks in length).
Advisor signatures are required for drop/add for students in the Colleges of Agriculture, Architecture,Planning and Design, Education, Engineering, and Human Ecology after January 24.