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University enrollment is the process by which students enroll in classes. There are two periods for enrollment at Cornell Tech: Pre-Enrollment and Regular Enrollment.

 

Please follow your program’s academic requirements on your program curriculum sheet. If you are having difficulty enrolling in a required class for your program requirement, please email Student Services!

 

The Cornell Tech Academic Calendar is here for your reference. Please note for Spring 2021 we will adhere to the Ithaca Academic Calendar!

 

Fall 2021 Pre-Enrollment for Continuing Students Begins on May 6th at 9:00am (ET) through May 7th  at 11:59pm (ET). Please be mindful of your time zone as you plan for enrollment! Incoming student will pre-enroll in July, dates TBD!

 

Following the add/drop deadline dates, if you need to add or dropping a class, with instructor permission, the Add/Drop Electronic form is available here!

 

Fall 2021 Add/Drop Deadlines

Module Courses (Short Duration/Length)

Module courses are courses that meet only for 4-5 weeks during the semester. They have different add/drop dates according to when they meet.

 

Johnson (NBAY) Courses: Most NBAY courses have varied start/end dates, the last date to add and drop will be explicitly indicated in the notes field on the Class Roster closer to Regular Enrollment.

TBD

After the deadline date, students can drop the course only with Faculty Permission and will be issued a “W” on their transcript. To drop without a W, please do so before the drop deadline date.

 

TECH Elective Module Courses: (i.e. all TECH Studio Electives) the last date to add/drop will be indicated in the notes field on the Class Roster closer to Regular Enrollment. After this date, students can drop the course only with Faculty Permission and will be issued a “W” on their transcript. To drop without a W, please do so before the drop deadline date.

 

For any arranged courses, students can drop the course after the first class session but BEFORE the start of its second class meeting. After the course meets for the 2nd time, only extreme circumstances will only be considered with faculty permission to drop the course.