Resources & Forms
Students should visit the Registrar's website for add/drop deadlines. Any courses dropped after week 1 will result in a W on a transcript. In weeks 1-6 students can drop courses via PioneerWeb. Dropping a course after week 6 requires an instructor's signature on an add/drop form. Students wanting to add or drop classes after week 8 must go through the Academic Exceptions process.
Students interested in completing two bachelor's degrees concurrently (eg. BA and BSBA) should visit an advisor in our office prior to completing this concurrent degree form to understand the necessary requirements. This form must be signed by major advisors and returned to the Registrar's Office on the garden level of University Hall.
Students wanting to substitute or waive a course must fill out the course substitution or waiver form with approval from the dean, faculty member, or advisor. Forms should be returned to the Registrar's Office on the garden level of University Hall.
Students registering for 20 or 21 credit hours in one quarter need to submit a credit overload form. A cumulative GPA of 3.0 or higher is required for approval. Students should be aware that any credits above 18 result in additional tuition charges. Contact the Bursar's Office for information about tuition and fees.
Declare or Change Major/Degree
To change or declare a major/minor/degree, students will need to complete the Application to Declare or Change Undergraduate Degree/Major/Minor. If students are updating their major or degree, they will need to receive a signature from a departmental advisor, whereas, no signature is required to update minors. Once completed, students need to submit their completed form to the Office of the Registrar in University Hall. Note: Students must have a declared major by the time they have earned 75 credits.
Graduate Level Courses for Undergrad Students
Students in good academic standing can seek permission to take a graduate-level course (4000-4999) as an undergraduate. Signatures from the instructor, chairperson, Academic Advising office, and dean's office must be obtained on the request for graduate course as part of the undergraduate degree form before it is returned to the Registrar's Office on the garden level in University Hall.
- Pass/No Pass Policy
Students returning from a CONDUCT SUSPENSION must also complete a Reentry from Conduct Suspension Form.
Students returning from an ACADEMIC SUSPENSION must fill out a Reentry from Academic Suspension Form
Transfer Course Approval
If you are seeking approval for courses to transfer to DU, either before or after completion, please view the Registrar's page on Course Equivalencies & Approvals.
Please view the informational video on How to Submit a Coursework Approval Request for Transfer Course Evaluation.
Withdrawal from DU
Please reference the Withdraw Checklist to insure that you understand the ramifications of withdrawing from the University of Denver for the term.
Students wishing to withdraw from ALL classes should submit an Request to Withdraw from DU through Pioneer Web. Students should use this form even if they are not registered. Students can find the form in the Student tab of PioneerWeb under the Advising & Registration Tools Box in the upper center part of the page.