Drop/Add Schedules

The normal load for an undergraduate student is 12 to 17 hours each semester. The normal load for a graduate student is 6 hours. All work for which you are registered counts as a part of your course load.

Current students can make schedule changes through MyDrury until the end of the first week of the semester. 

Step 1: Go to MyDrury.

Step 2: Enter your Username and Password and click Login.

Step 3: Click on the Student Tab.

Step 4: Click on Course Schedules (Links located on the left side of the page).

Step 5: Click on Course Search.

Step 6: To Add A Course: Using the drop down menu options, please select the Department and Course Number to search for a specific course. Once you find the desired course in the schedule, click Add next to the course selection.

Step 7: To Drop A Course: From the My Schedule screen, click on DROP next to the course. You are asked to confirm the drop. Simply select Confirm and the course is dropped (removed from your schedule).

Step 8: Click on View My Schedule to review the changes you have made.

A change in your registration after the first week of the semester can only be made by filing an official drop/add form in the Office of the Registrar. If you wish to drop a class, it is important that the drop/add form be filed with the Registrar as soon as this decision is made. Failure to officially drop a class you are not attending will result in a grade of F for the course. All changes in registration must adhere to the specific add/drop dates as outlined in the Academic Calendar. Failure to officially add a class you are attending will result in no credit.

Responsibility for drop and add belong solely to the student. A verbal indication of intent to drop given to either a faculty member or to the registrar’s office is insufficient; the correct drop and add form must be submitted to the registrar.

New students are not able to register for courses online their first semester. Academic Advisors, as applicable to the student’s academic division, will contact the students to discuss course registration. Should there be any questions, students may contact the Office of the Registrar for assistance. 

Last updated: 7/7/2017