Adding & Dropping Courses
Dual credit students may not add or drop courses online. Any course change must be approved by a high school counselor.
Add a Course
To add a course, fill out and secure signatures on the Application and Registration for High School Dual Credit form. Submit the form to the Office of the Registrar and they will add the course.
Drop a Course
To drop a course, students should send an email to their high school counselor requesting that the dual credit course be dropped. The high school counselor then forwards the email, along with their approval to firstname.lastname@example.org. The Office of the Registrar will drop the course for the student and notify them by email that the drop has been processed.
- A “drop” is when students are taken out of a course within the posted drop/add period of not receiving a grade of W (withdrawal from course). A dropped course is not transcripted.
- A “withdrawal” is when you are taken out of a course after the posted drop/add period (some instructors may withdraw students for nonattendance). A grade of “W” will be transcripted. This will not affect your college grade point average; however you should check your high school’s policy on how a W affects your high school grade point average and eligibility for participating in high school activities and programs.
- Confirm all course changes by logging on to Vandal Web.
Courses Offered at the University of Idaho
Dates and deadlines for registration and dropping/withdrawing from courses offered on the university campus are found at the following locations: