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How to Drop a Class

This tutorial is for undergraduate and graduate students.

For Continuing Education student tutorials, please refer to the Continuing Education Academics page.

If you need to drop a class, you can do this from the Enrol/Swap/Drop link in the Academics section of your home page.

  1. Click the Enrol/Drop/Swap link.

    Student Center page in RAMSS with the Enrol/Drop/Swap link highlighed in the left navigation menu
  2. Click the Drop tab.

    Drop tab highlighted on top menu of Enrol/Drop/Swap page
  3. Select the applicable term and career. Click Continue.

    Term chart and Continue button indicated on Enrol/Drop/Swap page

    This shows the classes that you are currently enrolled in. You can select classes to be dropped by clicking the checkbox to the left of the class.

  4. Click the checkbox beside the class or classes to be dropped. Then click Drop Selected Classes.

    The Drop Classes page. A list of eligible classes, each with a checkbox beside them, are indicated.
  5. Review the following notification before proceeding with your transaction. Click OK.

    The Drop Classes notification

    This shows the classes that you have selected to be dropped so that you can confirm that you have selected the right class to be dropped.

  6. Confirm that you have selected the correct classes to be dropped. Click Finish Dropping.

    The selection confirmation section of the Drop Classes page with the Finish Dropping button indicated at the bottom of the page

    Your submission has been evaluated and the result is shown in the Message column.

    The View Results section of the Drop Classes page, indicating that the course drop has been successful

    There are two types of messages that you might receive:

    Message Status
    Success - You have dropped the class with no problems
    Error - A potential problem has been found that has stopped you from dropping the class

    Note: Click the My Class Schedule button to see the effects of dropping the class on your class schedule.