This process can be complicated. Contact Skyhawk Station or your advisor for help.
You can add or drop classes easily during the first week of the semester.
If you need help with any part of the registration process, don't worry—your advisor is here to support you!
The process for adding classes depends on when you do it.
Census (sometimes called Census Date) is the official count of student enrollment at FLC; we count at the end of the 12th day of classes for fall, spring, and summer terms, which always falls on Tuesday of the third week of courses. The summer term has only one Census date, even though courses have various start dates.
Fall 2023 Census: Tuesday, September 12
Course Withdrawal, or CW, refers to a course dropped after the Census (the 12th day of the semester). You are permitted to use a total of 3 Course Withdrawals during your time at Fort Lewis College for any reason, no questions asked.
To withdraw from a course using a CW, fill out our online Withdraw From Course Form at your Student Resource Center. You can also visit Skyhawk Station and pick up a Course Withdrawal form, and our staff will process the CW for you on the spot. This Course Withdrawal will not affect your financial aid for this term, and you will still owe the full amount for the class on your student bill. You should also be aware that dropping a course could affect your Pace Towards Graduation, impacting your eligibility for Financial Aid.
We encourage you to speak with a Skyhawk Advisor to understand the consequence of dropping a course or to explore other options such as tutoring and/or talking to your professor.
Contact a Skyhawk Specialist for the best way to drop all your classes after the Census Date. Dropping a class or classes after the Census Date is considered a withdrawal.
There are three ways to withdraw:
Dropping or withdrawing from all classes can impact your on-campus housing and/or financial aid eligibility.
You will not automatically be dropped from classes you don't attend.
You can drop individual or all your classes before the first day of the semester up until the Census Date on WebOPUS. You will not be charged tuition and fees; these classes will not appear on your transcript.
Learn how to leave FLC and the impacts on your transcript, financial aid, and billing. Understand your options, whether you plan to withdraw from all courses now, leave permanently in a future semester, or simply take a break.
Email: firstname.lastname@example.orgPhone: 970-247-7301Drop-in: 9 a.m. - 4 p.m., Monday - Friday
Skyhawk Station staff will check you in and guide you to a self-service kiosk or connect you with a Skyhawk Specialist or Advisor.