Student Initiated Drop/ Add
Use this system to request an adjustment to your existing schedule after the published drop/add period.
This service is not available to students in the College of Agricultural and Life Sciences. Please contact your academic advisor for assistance.
You may monitor the status of your request by clicking "status" just below the request to drop or add link.
Your advisor may request further information so it is critical that you monitor the status of your request until a final decision is posted
Adding a course(s)
You will submit a request to add a course(s) to your schedule. You can check the status of your request on ONE.UF under 'status'. If the action is approved, check your schedule
to make sure the course(s) appear.
Dropping a course(s)
Only use this system if you want to drop one or more of your courses. You cannot use this system if you want to withdraw from all courses. If you want to withdraw from all
courses, please click here.
You will submit a request to drop a course(s) from your schedule. You can check the status of your request on ONE.UF.edu under 'status'.
- After drop/add, you can request to drop or add a course up to the deadline listed in the academic calendar.
- A grade of W will appear on the transcript for each approved drop, and you are liable for all course tuition and fees.
- All drops after drop/add are subject to the following restrictions:
- Students get two drops in their first 60 credits attempted at UF (credits carried plus S/U credits and repeats of satisfactory grades; full-term withdrawals from all courses and
dropped courses do not count in credits carried).
- Students get two additional drops in the second 60 credits. Unused drops do not carry over from the freshman/sophomore years to the junior/senior years.
- Students with disabilities who need to drop a course due to disability-related reasons are allowed to petition for additional drops. More informations is available from the
Disability Resource Center.
- Students transferring to UF with an A.A. degree from a Florida public community college or with 60 or more transfer credits earned from another college or university get only two drops.
- Students who can document extenuating circumstances may petition their college for additional drops.
- Approval to drop or add a course must be obtained from your college.
- UF's tuition refund policy is published in the UF Undergraduate Catalog.
The university strongly encourages you to:
Contact the offices of Student Financial Affairs and University Bursar to discuss the impact of dropping a course on your financial obligations.
Bright Futures and Dropped Courses
If you drop a course or courses after the drop/add period, you must repay the amount you were funded for the dropped class or classes. The student must repay UF, which will in turn remit
the funds to the Florida Department of Education.