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Add/Drop Policy for Distance Students

This page provides procedure for adding/dropping distance classes AFTER the semester has started. Prior to the first day of classes students can add/drop themselves on Joe'SS.

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Step 1: Student Contacts Faculty & Advisor

Student initiates drop or add by emailing the instructor of the class and his/her advisor asking permission to do so.

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Step 2: Faculty & Advisor Give Consent

The instructor and advisor reply to the student with their consent.

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Step 3: Student Forwards Emails

The student then forwards the emails to Vicki Gibbons vgibbons@mst.edu.

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Step 4: DCE Creates Add/Drop Slip

An add/drop slip will be completed by a DCE staff member and the email will be attached with the slip and taken to the Registrar's Office to be processed.

Distance Refund Policy

100 percent refund provided if class is dropped in accordance with the following policy.

  • 4-week course: class is dropped by the end of the 1st week of classes
  • 8-week course: class is dropped by the end of the 2nd week of classes
  • 16-week course: class is dropped by the end of the 3rd week of classes

After these dates, no refund will be given.

Please see Academic Dates and Deadlines below for a complete list of deadlines. 

Distance Dates & Deadlines

Spring Semester 2015

Summer 2015

Fall 2015

Vicki Gibbons
Senior Assistant Director 
of Student Support Services
Global Learning
216 Centennial Hall
Rolla, MO 65409-1560

Phone: 573-341-4892
Toll Free: 1-877-678-1870
Fax: 573-202-2396
Email: vgibbons@mst.edu

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