Administrative Drop/Add Request Form
New Tool Available – Instructors are now able to administratively drop students from courses where they are listed as the Primary Instructor. This tool can be found by clicking on “Related Content” from the Faculty Center page. Please click here to view a step-by-step walk through.
You can still find and submit the classic Admin Drop/Add Request form online by logging into the Central Authentication System (CAS)
The Administrative Request deadlines can be found on the Session Deadlines Calendar. Requests must be received before the deadlines for each session (ONE calendar day prior to the add deadline). Shorter session classes have pro-rated deadlines and do not follow the 16 week session timelines. Please see the chart below:
|Session Weeks||Last Day to Add||Administrative Add/Drops(1 Calendar Day prior to the Last Day to Add)||Last Day to Drop/Delete a class (without a "W" grade recorded)||Last Day to withdraw from a class (with a "W" grade recorded)|
|3||2BD||2 BD - 1 CD||4BD||8BD|
|4||2BD||2 BD - 1 CD||5BD||11BD|
|5||3BD||3 BD - 1 CD||6BD||14BD|
|8||5BD||5 BD - 1 CD||10BD||23BD|
|10||6BD||6 BD - 1 CD||13BD||28BD|
|12||8BD||8 BD - 1 CD||15BD||34BD|
|16||8BD||8 BD - 1 CD||8BD||10 Weeks|
|CD=Calendar Days from the class start date|
BD=Business Days from the class start date
Dynamically Dated Session deadlines may not be the same as the regular sessions as outlined above. View the Dynamically Dated Session Deadlines for more information.
Administrative requests submitted after the deadline will not be processed.
NAU Error – Single Course – “W” Removal Petition
The NAU Error – Single Course – “W” Removal Petition may be used to petition for the removal of a “W” for a single course after withdrawal due to NAU error. NAU error is defined as a processing error, processing delay, and/or documented misinformation from an NAU official that prevented a student from reasonably withdrawing from a course prior to the withdraw deadline resulting in a “W” on the transcript.
The form should only be used in the case of NAU error and only after a student has withdrawn from the course. The form must be accompanied by a written statement describing the NAU error. The statement must be written by the NAU official acknowledging the error. The form and written statement should be submitted via email to the Registrar’s Office.