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There is a difference between “dropping” a course and “withdrawing” from a course.
Dropping is when a student cancels a course during the open registration or the drop/add period. The student is eligible for a full refund. Dropping is only permitted during the published registration and add/drop period. Dropped courses do not count as an attempt.
Withdrawing from a course means the student no longer wants to attend class and receive a grade. This takes place after the add/drop period has passed. Students must officially withdraw from the course and may do so through the published date in the academic calendar. There is no refund. The class counts as an attempt in assessing the full cost of tuition charges for third or subsequent attempts at a course. For shortened Express term classes, the last day to withdraw is the mid-point of the Express term.
Call Enrollment Services at 386-754-4280 for specific dates for withdrawals from Express courses or view the Part of Term dates.
Some classes offer a waitlist, which allows students to get on a waiting list to register if a seat becomes available in a full or closed class. Some classes may display as open, but the available seats are reserved for students on the waitlist.
Students can choose to waitlist a class if they would be eligible to register in the class (example: prerequisites and other registration restrictions must be met).
Students may only waitlist one section of a particular course.
Students may not waitlist a course if they are registered in another course during that same day and time.
In addition to the information listed below, students may also view a short video about the waitlist process here.
If a seat becomes available in a waitlisted class, the student in the highest position on the waitlist will receive an email notification of the available spot. The email notification goes to a student’s official FGC student Wolves email account. The student will have a limited number of hours to register in the class. This amount of time is listed in the email and is based on the day and time the email was sent – not when it was read.
If a student chooses to waitlist a course, it is important that they check their Wolves email account regularly throughout each day to ensure the time window is not missed.
Upon receiving the email notification, the student should follow the steps below to register for the waitlisted course. If the student does not register in the class prior to the stated deadline, the student will be removed from the waitlist for that class.
Students who have missed the registration window and have been dropped from the waitlist may choose to re-waitlist the course if spaces are available. Spots are not reserved.
If a student no longer wishes to be on the waitlist for a course, we ask that the student drop the course so that another student may have the opportunity to sign up for the waitlist.
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