Deadlines, Refund and Grading Policies Summer 2015
During the summer terms, courses start and end at different times throughout the term. Students
may add or drop courses via the MyISU Portal in accordance with the class length (see schedule
below). After those dates, schedule changes must be processed in the Office of Registration and
Records. You must obtain advisor approval before processing schedule changes.
Courses may be added according to the schedule below. Instructor's signature is required before
the last day to add, only if the class is full.
Courses may be dropped and will be refunded according to the schedule below. If you are dropping
all of your classes, you must follow the withdrawal instructions below.
You will be charged a $10.00 drop/add fee for each completed transaction beginning on May
the summer term. Students adding and dropping classes in the same transaction
for the same number of credit hours within a session (same class start/end dates) will not be
charged or refunded credit hour fees. Students adding or dropping classes with different start/end
dates will be charged the credit hour fee for the classes added and provided a refund according to
the refund schedule below. A $30.00 late registration fee will be assessed if you register for a
regularly scheduled class on or after the beginning day of class or if you register for a specially
arranged class after the beginning day of that class. You must have permission of the instructor,
advisor, and academic dean.
Withdrawal Following Registration
If dropping all classes for Summer I you must withdraw for the term. To initiate the withdrawal process, contact:
Undergraduates: Office of Registration and Records, Parsons Hall, room 009, 237-2020
Graduates: School of Graduate Studies, Tirey Hall, room 183, 237-3005
Schedule Change and Withdrawal Deadlines and Refund Policies for Summer Courses
Grading System During Summer
The letter grades assigned for unsatisfactory course work at the time of drop or withdrawal
during summer terms are "F" (failure) and "U" (unsatisfactory), for specially approved courses.