You can add or drop elective courses during the first week of class at Suffolk University Law School.

If you need to adjust your schedule after the add/drop period, you'll need to complete an add/drop form at the Office of Academic Services. You'll need the signature(s) of the faculty member(s) teaching both the added and/or dropped course(s), along with approval from the assistant dean for academic services before your schedule can be changed. Failure to withdraw within the add/drop period may result in a grade of No Credit (F).

If you're on an F1 or J1 visa, you may not drop below full-time status, as determined by your academic program. Courses dropped 10 days or more after the start of the semester will count as attempted credits in accordance with the Financial Aid Satisfactory Academic Progress Policy. In certain cases, this could affect your access to financial aid. Contact the Student Financial Services Office for help.