To drop a concurrent enrollment course, please complete the Boise State concurrent enrollment drop/withdrawal form and submit via email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
If the course is dropped prior to the term drop deadline, course fees will be refunded (if paid directly by the student) and there will be no impact on the student’s transcript. Additionally, there will be no impact on future Fast Forward funding.
For courses dropped AFTER the term drop deadline, students will not receive a refund and will have a withdrawal (W) recorded on their official Boise State transcript. Receiving a W on a transcript OR failing a course will affect future eligibility to receive state Fast Forward funding for dual credit courses. If a student fails to earn credit for any course or examination for which the department of education has paid a reimbursement, the student must pay for and successfully earn credit for one such course or examination before eligibility is reinstated.
See Important Dates and Deadlines for Students for drop and withdrawal deadlines for the current semester.
Please remember that high school and college registrations are separate. Failure to submit a drop/withdrawal form to the Concurrent Enrollment Office will mean you will remain registered in our University system. Should you not complete the course, a failing grade will be posted to your official transcript. A failing grade will also have an impact on Fast Forward funding. After dropping a course for college credit you may still remain in the class for regular high school credit.