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  1. The student must have permission from the District designee. The designee or student will email dualcredit@utpb.edu and registrar@utpb.edu with the students’ name, student ID and course the student is dropping.
  2. If the drop is requested after the 12th class day, students must get permission from the instructor via email. The reply email with the instructor’s consent will serve as the instructor’s signature for the drop form.

The deadline to drop without creating an academic record or withdraw (W) from a course may be found in the Academic Calendar at https://www.utpb.edu/calendar/index.phpNote: Students may drop a class after the last date to drop without creating an academic record, but they will be responsible for payment, will need permission from the Professor, and will have a “W” on their transcript.

Refund schedule can be found at https://www.utpb.edu/services/academic-affairs/office-of-the-registrar/adds-drops.

The six drop rule states that students enrolled in a Texas public institution of higher education as first-time freshmen are not permitted to drop or withdraw more than six courses during their entire undergraduate career, (Texas Administrative Code 4.10). This limit includes all transfer work taken at a Texas institution of higher education. Any courses dropped prior to the 12th day of class will not be considered attempted hours.

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