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To help support your success, every student is assigned an academic faculty advisor. Your faculty advisor will work with you to develop an academic course of study that includes helping you choose classes that fit your needs, discuss thesis and project topics and provide advice on options that may be available after you graduate.

While faculty advisors will communicate with their advisees periodically about the program, it is the responsibility of the student to reach out to their faculty advisor for more personal assistance.

To find your Faculty Advisor follow these steps:
  • Log into Zagweb
  • Click on the “Student Services and Financial Aid” tab
  • Select “Student Records”
  • Select “Degree Evaluation”
  • Select a term (most recent one should work)
  • Advisor name will be listed at the bottom. Click on name to email

Graduate Add/Drop/Withdraw Information

Students are responsible for being aware of the Add/Drop/Withdraw Deadline dates each semester for their courses.

  • Full semester courses, use the Main Campus dates table.
  • A & B sessions, must drop within the first five days of class.

Please be aware that 8-week courses must be dropped within the first five school days in order to be refunded 100% tuition. The date for 16-week courses to be dropped varies per semester. Students who need to withdraw past the drop deadline for a session or semester may be liable for up to 100% of their tuition and will have to enter the appeals process with the Registrar Office.

Graduate Appeal Process

Students who are requesting to Drop or Withdraw from a Course after the deadline must complete the following steps:

  1. Click here to obtain the Appeal to Drop or Appeal to Withdraw form.
  2. Fill out the Appeal to Drop or Appeal to Withdraw form and return it to Carol Huston at in the Registrar’s Office.

Drops are considered for extenuating circumstances such as:

  • The death of an immediate family member (parent, brother, sister, child, grandchild, or spouse or Registered Domestic Partner, or another state’s equivalent proof of relationship). A copy of an obituary or Death Certificate is required with the appeal.
  • Drops are considered for illness requiring hospitalization for three or more consecutive days. Medical documentation is required with the appeal.

Please be advised that there is a $50.00 fee assessment for each Late Appeal. There are No Tuition Adjustments following the third week of each Session.

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