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Last Day to Drop a Course without a "W"
Tuesday, September 11, 2018
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pdfRegistration Information and Add/Drop Dates- Fall 2018

Add/Drop Period:

Where to add/drop classes:

  • WebReg:
    6:30 a.m. – 2:00 a.m.
    On-Line Schedule of Classes:
    View open and closed courses and course registration restrictions if it's before your day to log into Webreg or when Webreg is closed.

When to add/drop classes:

  • ADDING CLASSES: Tuesday, September 4 – Wednesday, September 12
  • DROPPING CLASSES: Tuesday, September 4 – Tuesday, September 11


Things to keep in mind when adding and dropping classes:

  •  Review your WebReg schedule when you finish dropping courses to be certain your program is correct.
  • Class periods on the three New Brunswick Campuses (Busch/Livingston, CAC/Downtown New Brunswick, and Cook/Douglass) are staggered, with the starting times of first period set at 8:10am for CAC/DNB, 8:40am for B/L, and 9:15am for C/D. Travel time between campuses must be a minimum of 50 minutes for daytime classes and 40 minutes for evening classes (after 4:30pm).

Registration Assistance:

  • The SAS Advising Centers on all campuses as well as the Registrar's Office in the Administrative Services Building (Busch Campus) will be open from 8:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. to assist students with registration.


Adding a Class After the Add/Drop Period:

Adding a class after September 12 requires permission from the course instructor for late registration.

  • Go to the instructor or the department offering the course to obtain a written endorsement.
  • It must be on departmental letterhead or in an email from an official Rutgers email account.
  • It should include a special permission number.
  • Bring it to an SAS Advising Center to request approval (see top of sheet for locations).
  • Remember: There are NO refunds for withdrawing from a class after September 11.

Academic Advising:

  • Deans and advisors will be available on a walk-in basis in the SAS Advising Centers and in all departments beginning Tuesday September 5. Advising by appointment will resume on Monday, September 10.

Where to View a Current Schedule:

  • Throughout the semester, students may view their current schedule online at

Confirm the Accuracy of Your Schedule:

  • It is the personal responsibility of all students to confirm that they are registered appropriately.