How Do I Drop a Course?

Summer Session 2019 Enrollment Period
(Adding and Dropping courses without penalty)
Fee Deadline Late Enrollment Period
(Adding and Dropping courses with late fees)

Last day to Add Course(s) without Petition.
Last day to Drop Course(s) with a Refund.

Lab courses may differ. Refer to the Schedule of Classes for exceptions.
Summer Session I

UC San Diego students: April 15 - June 24

All other students: April 22 - June 24

June 24 June 25 - July 5 July 5
Summer Session II

UC San Diego students: April 15 - July 29

All other students: April 22 - July 29

July 29

July 30 - August 9

August 9

Special Session Varies by Course - Refer to the Calendarfor details June 24 Varies by Course - Refer to the Calendarfor details Varies by Course - Refer to the Calendarfor details

UCSD Students

Students drop classes through WebReg on TritonLink.

If you are a financial aid student and you are dropping to zero units (withdrawing from the Session), you will need to complete the online withdrawal form.  *Note: Your withdrawal is applicable only to the Summer term, not the academic year (Fall, Winter, Spring).

All students dropping to zero units in Special Session will need to complete the online withdrawal form.  *Note: Your withdrawal is applicable only to the Summer term, not academic year (Fall, Winter, Spring).

Please check the deadlines calendar to ensure you are within the timeline allowed to drop your course and to verify all dates and deadlines for your session.

Visiting UC Students

Students drop classes through WebReg on TritonLink.

All students dropping to zero units in Special Session will need to complete the online withdrawal form.  

Please check the Schedule of Classes and the deadlines calendar to ensure you are within the timeline allowed to drop your course and to verify all dates and deadlines for your session.

International Students

Please check the Schedule of Classes and the deadlines calendar to ensure you are within the timeline allowed to drop your course and to verify all dates and deadlines for your session.

If you have questions, please contact the Student Affairs Manager at (858) 534-8277.

High School Students

Students drop classes through WebReg on TritonLink.

Please check the Schedule of Classes and the deadlines calendar to ensure you are within the timeline allowed to drop your course and to verify all dates and deadlines for your session.

Visiting Students

Students drop classes through WebReg on TritonLink.

All students dropping to zero units in Special Session will need to complete the online withdrawal form.  

Please check the Schedule of Classes and the deadlines calendar to ensure you are within the timeline allowed to drop your course and to verify all dates and deadlines for your session.

Graduate Students

Graduate students who are enrolled in Session I and/or Session II courses may drop all of their courses via WebReg.

Graduate students enrolled in Special Session courses must follow this process:

  1. Contact their graduate coordinator and submit a request to withdraw. The coordinator will have the proper forms available.
  2. Then submit the form to the Graduate Division for approval.
  3. Once approved, the Graduate Division will submit the form to the Registrar for processing.
  4. If you have questions about the process please call the Graduate Division at (858) 534-3555.

Please check the deadlines calendar to ensure you are within the timeline allowed to drop your course.

How Do I Drop My Class After the Drop Deadline?

Once the drop deadline has passed, you will need to petition to drop your course. For more information regarding petitions, please see the Academic Senate regulations regarding withdrawing after the deadline to verify if you are eligible.

Visiting students should contact Summer Session Student Services Manager for more information on the petition process for visitors at (858) 534-8277

The last day to file a petition for the summer term is the last day of the fall quarter. After fall quarter has passed, no request for an exception to policy will be considered. Students are encouraged to check their academic record prior to the end of the summer term.