2021 - 2022 Official Dates and Last Day to Drop Schedule
Last Day to Register/
|Official Census Date||Last Day to Drop|
|2021 Fall||September 2, 2021||September 15, 2021||December 2, 2021|
|2021 Fall I (8-week)||August 31, 2021||September 7, 2021||October 13, 2021|
|2021 Fall II (8-week)||October 26, 2021||November 1, 2021||December 2, 2021|
|2022 Spring||January 21, 2022||February 2, 2022||April 21, 2022|
|2021 Spring I (8-week)||January 19, 2022||January 25, 2022||March 2, 2022|
|2021 Spring II (8-week)||March 22, 2022||March 28, 2022||April 28, 2022|
|2022 Spring Interim||May 16, 2022||May 17, 2022||May 31, 2022|
|2022 Summer I||June 7, 2022||June 9, 2022||June 30, 2022|
|2022 Summer II||July 12, 2022||July 14, 2022||August 3, 2022|
Submit Student Initiated Drop Request Here
You will be required to log-in to your SPC Office 365 account to submit the online drop form.
Dropping a Class
During the Registration Period
During the pre-registration, open registration, and late registration period of each term, adding and dropping of classes can be managed online by logging into MySPC and accessing TexanConnect. View the SPC Academic Calendar for all registration periods.
You CANNOT add, drop, or switch classes through TexanConnect after the registration period is over.
After the Registration Period through the Official Census Date
To drop a class, students must submit a Student Initiated Drop Form. This should be used only if dropping a course. There is no fee to drop a course.
To request a schedule change (add a class), students must submit a Student Schedule Change Form. If a student wishes to add a class after the late registration period and before the official census date, permission must be granted by the instructor for the class. Permission from the instructor must be submitted via email to firstname.lastname@example.org. Under no circumstance may a class be added after the date indicated in the official calendar for adding a course.
After the Official Census Date
Failure to follow the drop procedures could result in you receiving a grade of "F".
Six Course Drop Limit
Beginning in the Fall 2007 semester, all freshmen who enroll in a Texas public institution of higher education for the first time during the fall 2007 semester and thereafter, will be limited to six course drops throughout their entire undergraduate career. All course drops, including those initiated by students or faculty and any course a transfer student has dropped at another institution, automatically count toward the limit. Exceptions to the rule include:
- Students who entered college before the fall 2007 semester.
- Courses taken by dual credit or early admission students.
- Courses dropped at private or out-of-state institutions.
- Remedial or developmental courses.
- Workforce development and continuing education courses.
- Courses that meet the definition of complete withdrawal.
- Courses dropped before the official census date.
- Courses dropped due to good cause as determined by the college.
To completely withdraw from all of your classes, please initiate your withdrawal by scheduling an appointment with the Advising and Testing Center here or by calling 806-716-2366
Failure to follow the withdrawal procedures could result in you receiving a grades of "F".
The below Fall and Spring Refund Schedule is based on FULL payment of tuition and fees. If a student is on tuition and fee installment contract, the refund will be reduced by the balance still owed.
|Fall and Spring Semesters|
|Prior to the first class day||100%|
|During the first 15 class days||70%|
|During the 16th-20th class days||25%|
|After the 20th class day||NONE|
The below Summer Refund Schedule is based on FULL payment of tuition and fees.
|Prior to the first class day||100%|
|During the first 5 class days||70%|
|During the 6th class day||25%|
|After the 6th class day||NONE|