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Before You Begin...

A student can drop a class from the schedule online via the Student Schedule & Registration link in myUMBC.  The steps below are from a student's perspective and from the student's access in myUMBC.

Courses can only be dropped from a student's schedule using the process below during the add/drop period for a term.  After the add/drop period, the student must go to the Registrar's Office for assistance.

The steps below begin after logging into myUMBC.

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titleStep by Step
  1. From myUMBC, selectGuide > Classes & Grades Profile > Registration.
  2. Select the Student Schedule & Registration link. The registration page in PeopleSoft is opened.
  3. Select the term for which you want to register.
  4. Click Continue.
  5. Click the Enroll Tab and then the Drop Tab Drop Classes link.
  6. Click the checkbox for the course you want to drop and click the Drop Selected Classes button.
  7. Verify that you have selected the correct course to drop.
  8. Click the Finish Dropping buttonCheck the box(es) next to the class(es) that you would like to drop. Then click Drop in the top right corner of the screen.
  9. Confirm your drop request by clicking Drop on the pop up window.
  10. Your drop results will be displayed to you. A green icon means the course was successfully dropped. A red icon means there was an error and the course was not dropped.

titleSA Tip

Students can search for GEP requirements when searching for classes to select.  The GEP requirements search option is located within the General Education Requirements Selection section, which is located at the bottom of the page.

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Contact the Registrar's Office at Registration Help or 410-455-2500.

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