CHHS Withdrawal Policy: The last day to drop a class is Sept 24.  From Sept 25-Nov 16 you must submit a withdrawal petition. Withdrawal from a class after Sept 24 will be considered for serious and compelling reasons only, and must have accompanying documentation. The following reasons are not considered serious and compelling: Changing your major, poor performance, class not required for graduation/major, or more time needed for other classes. If you wish to withdraw from class due to unexpected changes in your work schedule, illness or family emergencies, documentation will be required, along with a copy of unofficial transcripts. If you are requesting a withdrawal, bring your petition and appropriate documentation to the instructor. From Nov 17-Dec 14, you may not withdraw from a class or the University, except in the case of a serious, documented illness or verified accident. 

CR/NC option: October 22 is the last day to request the CR/NC option. The Associate Dean will not approve requests for changes if you miss this deadline.

 Late Add Policy: The last day to add classes late with a gold sticker is Sept 24. It is your responsibility to procure a sticker from your instructor and add the class. Faculty cannot add you into a class. After this deadline a late add justification form and add slip must be signed by your instructor, chair and CHHS Dean to add. This will be approved only if there was an administrative error.  

Check your registration through MySFSU: Sign up for CR/NC, drop and add classes by the appropriate deadline online through MySFSU. ALWAYS check your registration after making any changes and BEFORE deadlines to be sure you are registered properly for your classes. This is a student responsibility.

Deadlines for all registration procedures, including withdrawals and requests for credit/no credit, are listed in the class schedule and will be strictly adhered to by the instructor, the Department Chair, and the Dean of College of Health & Human Services. 

 This can be viewed on the Registration Calendar at the following website:

  Disability Programs and Resource Center:  Students with disabilities who need reasonable accommodations are encouraged to contact the instructor.  The disability Programs and Resource Center (DPRC) is available to facilitate the reasonable accommodations process.  The DPRC, located in SSB 110, can be reached by telephone at 415-338-2724 (voice/TTY) or by e-mail at









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