Texas Education Code 51.907 Course Drop Limit Provisions
Students who enroll as an entering freshman or a first-time college student in undergraduate courses at any Texas public community college, technical institute, health sciences institution, or any public university offering undergraduate courses must comply with the legislation of TEC51.907.
TEC51.907 states that students who enroll for the first time during the fall 2007 semester or any subsequent semester are subject to the course drop limit of six course drops. This includes any course a transfer student has dropped at another institution.
(Collin College will begin to count withdrawn courses Fall 2009 semester.)
Drops after the term census date are considered withdrawals and appear as a "W" on the transcript.
Students are able to withdraw from a class (or classes) on CougarWeb. CougarWeb will process total withdrawals.
Please refer to chart below for Last Day to Withdraw for the specified terms.
Prior to withdrawing, students should talk with their professors and/or their advisors. Student athletes, international students, and students receiving financial aid and/or veteran's benefits are required to notify the appropriate office prior to dropping or withdrawing from classes and to get written approval from that specific office (click department for email address).
Failure to drop or withdraw on or before the Last Day to Withdraw will result in a
Please refer to the chart below for Last Day to Withdraw for the specified terms.
Students enrolled in an express class should contact the Student and Enrollment Services Office for the last day to withdraw. Last day to withdraw varies according to the length of the class. Refunds will also vary.
Last Day to Withdraw (from regular semester-length 16 week classes)
Last Day to Withdraw
November 3, 2023 by 5pm
December 15, 2023 by 5pm
March 28, 2024 by 5pm
May 17, 2024 by 5pm
June 18, 2024 by 5pm
Ten-Week June (full summer)
July 5, 2024 by 5pm
July 23, 2024 by 5pm
Repeats and Excess Hours
Beginning Fall 2016, Texas residents attempting a course more than twice at Collin College are subject to regular tuition plus an additional $50 per semester credit hour. Undergraduate courses attempted at Collin with a graded status of A, B, C, D, F, I, W (withdrawals after census), and AU will be evaluated for repeat limits.
Students in excess of 18 Developmental Education (DE) hours will be assessed the authorized $50 per hour additional tuition. ESOL students in excess of 27 Developmental Education (DE) hours will be assessed the authorized $50 per hour additional tuition.
Courses Exempt from Additional Tuition Charges:
2. Special Topic Courses
3. Applied Music and Ensemble
4. Theatre Practicum
Non-Fundable Course Tuition
Students enrolled in courses that are not funded by the State of Texas will be charged
a higher tuition rate for each course at a rate of $50 per credit hour. These include
local-needs courses not approved by the Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board
Non-Fundable Courses That Will Incur Additional Tuition Charges:
MATH 2373 and MATH 1376
Board Policies regarding possible Exemptions for certain students are still being reviewed. Check back here for updates.