Enrollment and Withdrawal
Every student must submit a course schedule, showing the student’s selection of courses for a term, by a deadline that is set to fall from seven to ten class days from the first day of classes in that term. See Course Selection Period. Late course schedules are fined.
If a student withdraws from a course by midterm, then the transcript does not show that the student has been enrolled in the course. If a student withdraws from a course after midterm but before the first day of reading period (whether or not that particular course observes reading period), the transcript records the course and shows the designation “W” (Withdrew). The names of students receiving a W are appropriately marked on the final grade lists in the Faculty Grading Submission Website (FGS).
After the last day of classes in each term, which occurs before the start of the reading period (whether or not a course observes reading period), withdrawal from a course is not permitted. (See Registration and Enrollment in Courses and Withdrawal from Courses in the Academic Regulations in the YCPS.)