MSC Southeast

Spring Semester Wait List, Add, Drop, and Withdrawal Deadlines

Important Information regarding wait listing courses, adding, dropping and withdrawing for Spring Semester 2017 is below. Log into your eServices account to process registration changes.

Course Wait List

The automated wait listing for courses will be active through midnight Sunday, January 8 for Spring Semester 2017. Students will no longer receive notices of available seats or be able to add to a wait list after the wait listing is closed. Students who receive a notification of an available seat opening prior to the wait list closing may not have the full 24 hour timeline to register for the class. It is very important that you watch your wait list cart in your eServices account to see if any openings are available before the 12:00 midnight deadline.

Starting on Monday, January 9, students will be able to register for seats as openings occur during the drop/add period.

Course Add

You may add courses that meet the full semester through Friday, January 13.

Course Drop

You may drop courses that meet the full semester through Friday, January 13 with no tuition or fee charges.

Course Withdrawal

Students withdrawing courses meeting the full semester AFTER Friday, January 13 will result in a grade of "W" for withdrawal. A percentage refund may be available if ALL courses are dropped and the student totally withdraws from the college. Specific dates on totally withdrawing from the College can be found on the Registrar's Calendar on the Registrar's Office page in our website.


If you have questions, please stop in to the Student Services Office.


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