You can add or drop courses without academic or financial penalty during the schedule adjustment period. Once the session begins, the first four days is the designated schedule adjustment period. Use myUMBC to add courses, swap courses or drop courses during these four days.
Registration remains open during the first four days of summer session. The instructor reserves the right to deny registration in classes that have already met. Check with the instructor before adding a new course to ensure that you can make up missed work. Courses added during schedule adjustment will be assessed a non-refundable $20 late registration fee.
During the schedule adjustment period you can “swap” a course for another course with the same number of credits without academic or financial penalty. Check with the instructor before adding a new course to ensure that you can make up missed work. The instructor reserves the right to deny registration in classes that have already met. Be sure to add the new class to your schedule before dropping the old class.
Courses dropped during the schedule adjustment period are not considered an attempt and will not appear on your transcript. After schedule adjustment, your transcript will reflect a "W" for any dropped courses. A pro-rated refund is issued for courses dropped during the schedule adjustment period.
It is against University guidelines to attend a class for which you are not registered. In rare and extenuating circumstances, however, an exception to add a class after the published deadline can be considered by submitting a late add petition to the Office of Undergraduate Education. Review the Late Add Check List before you submit your petition.