Dropping and Adding Classes
The Drop/Add period occurs during the first three consecutive instructional days of an academic term. During this time, you can drop or add one or more courses without academic penalty. Dropping classes after the Drop/Add period can result in academic and financial penalties and may also adversely affect your financial aid for the current or future semesters. This could possibly include, but is not limited to, returning funds to the College. Make sure you speak with your instructor and the Financial Aid office before dropping classes after this time.
To drop or add a class during the designated drop/add period, log onto MyGNTC. You can also complete and submit to the Registrar's Office a Drop Add Form. Please note that if you are trying to drop your entire schedule or the only class on your schedule, you will need to complete an Official Withdrawal Form. Both forms can be obtained by clicking on the “Forms” link below or by visiting a Student Help Center located on any GNTC campus.
If you need to change sections of a class after the drop/add period, you must obtain permission from the Vice President of Academic Affairs. This is only permitted in the case of extenuating circumstances that prevent you from remaining in your course. If you enter a course after the first day of class, you must complete all missed work as directed by the course instructor.