Course Adds & Drops

Course Adds and Drops

  • Current students may add a course section using SIS Self-Service until 12:01 AM the day the section begins.
  • Students may drop a course section using SIS Self-Service until the start of the second class meeting. 
  • Once the above self-service deadlines have passed, students may request to add or drop a section using an add/drop form.

*Post-doctoral students of Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine can enroll in up to 9 credits free of charge at Carey Business School. Before registering, you must first contact the Office of Admissions at carey.admissions@jhu.edu to apply as a non-degree seeking, special student.

Withdrawals

If a specific number of course sessions have occurred, students who drop a course section may receive a grade of ‘W’ (Withdrawn) on their transcript.
 

2018-2019 Course Withdrawal Schedule Policy 

  January Intersession Courses that meet 8 sessions
No notation on transcript if student drops course prior to the 3rd class session

prior to the 3rd class session (Before 11:59 p.m. Eastern Time on the 14th day)

Withdrawn ("W") noted on transcript if student withdraws from course From the 3rd and prior to the 4th class session From the 3rd and prior to the 4th class session (After 12:00 a.m. Eastern Time on the 15th day and before 11:59 p.m. Eastern Time on the 22nd day)
Student may not withdraw from a course once the 4th session begins once the 4th session begins (After 12:00 a.m. Eastern Time on teh 21st day)

 

2018-2019 Refund Schedule 

Refund January Intersession Courses that meet 8 sessions Online courses – 8 week session
100% From the day of registration to the beginning of the 1st class session, 1st day of orientation for full time programs or the end of the 1st day of the session for online courses. 
100% Prior to the 2nd class session  Prior to the 2nd class session Prior to the 8th day of the session (Before 11:59 p.m. Eastern Time on the 7th day)
70%

from the 2nd class session and prior to the 3rd class session

from the 2nd class session and prior to the 3rd class session from the 8th day of the session and prior to the 15th day of the session (Before 11:59 p.m. Eastern Time on the 14th day)
50% from the 3rd class session and prior to the 4th class session from the 3rd class session and prior to the 4th class session from the 15th day of the session and prior to the 22nd day of the session (Before 11:59 p.m. Eastern Time on the 21st day)
0% once the 4th class begins there is no refund once the 4th class begins there is no refund once the 22nd day of the session begins, there is no refund

 

Exceptions to the Refund Policy: Students who experience events beyond their control may request an exception to the course refund policy by submitting a General Petition Form to the Registrar’s Office. Petitions must be submitted in the same semester in which the course was taken, and must be accompanied by documentation of the circumstances leading to the request.  Students who experience severe medical problems, a death in their immediate family, or who are called into active military duty may receive a 100% refund. Other requests will be reviewed on a case- by- case basis, and refund amounts (if awarded) will be decided by the Registrar. Petitions are reviewed monthly, and notification of the final decision is sent to the student by email.

The General Petition Form can be downloaded and mailed with supporting documentation to the Office of the Registrar, Johns Hopkins Carey Business School, 100 International Drive, Baltimore, MD 21202, faxed to 410-800- 4096, or emailed to carey.registration@jhu.edu.

Full-Time Students: A full-time student who is academically suspended or receives an honor code violation, and required to leave Carey for a semester or permanently, will not receive a refund for tuition charged at the time of the suspension, during a semester. A prorated portion of the tuition will be applied to future semesters based on the refund schedule for academically suspended students. If a student fails to return or is dismissed permanently, no refund will be given. In instances where a student is receiving federal financial aid, the aid will be recalculated and refunded to the federal government. The student is still responsible for the entirety of the tuition.

In order to receive the degree for the full- time students program of study, the student must pay the entire published cost of the tuition regardless of the number of terms needed to complete the degree.