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  School of Public Affairs and Administration 2019-2021 Academic Policies and Procedures Registration and Course Information Change of Registration and Withdrawals  

Change of Registration and Withdrawals


Registration and withdrawal deadlines are found on the registration website at http://registrar.newark.rutgers.edu. For course withdrawals, please contact your academic adviser.

Courses dropped during the first two weeks of class are deleted from the student's record; courses dropped from the third to the 11th week result in a W (withdrawal) grade and a drop fee charge. A student who drops a course without notifying the registrar automatically receives a grade of W in that course.

Students may withdraw from the School of Public Affairs and Administration (SPAA) through the 12th week of classes; the signature of the associate dean for academic and student affairsis required. A student who withdraws from the school without notifying the registrar automatically receives a grade of W in all courses. No withdrawals of any sort are permitted during the last two weeks of classes; students who leave the university during this period are considered still officially enrolled and receive final grades for the semester.

Add/Drop

Students are required to make any necessary changes to their registration before the add/drop period closes each semester. These dates can be found at the Rutgers University-Newark registrar's website.

No course can be retroactively dropped or added after the deadline.

Late Registrations

Registering for a course after the regular registration period closes will cause a late registration fee (currently $125) to be added to your account. This fee cannot be waived. The registration dates can be found on the registrar's website.

Deregistration/Reinstatement

If a student is deregistered due to nonpayment, SPAA does not permit students to be reinstated/reenrolled. If a student is dropped for nonpayment the student is not permitted to attend classes or complete coursework.

 
For additional information, contact RU-info at 848-445-info (4636) or colonelhenry.rutgers.edu.
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