Sign In
Rowan College at Gloucester County and Cumberland County College merged on July 1, 2019 to form Rowan College of South Jersey (RCSJ).

Welcome to the RCSJ website (RCSJ.edu).  Please note visitors from CCCNJ.edu and RCGC.edu will be redirected to this new site.

Course Registration Info

Course Registration Info

ADAW

To withdraw from a course or from the College, students must complete an official withdrawal form, which is available at the Information Center in Student Services or online on the Rowan College Portal.

​​

Frequently Asked Questions 

What is the difference between drop and withdrawal?

To avoid owing a bill, students must drop classes before the semester begins. If a class is dropped during a partial refund period, the student will owe only a portion of the bill. A dropped class does NOT appear on the student’s transcript.

A withdrawal occurs after the refund period. Students are financially responsible for withdrawn classes. A withdrawal appears on the student’s transcript as a “W” grade. 


What is an audit?

An audit allows the student to continue in the class, but he or she is subject to certain conditions specified by the instructor. ​The student will receive a grade of "R" at Gloucester and "AU" at Cumberland which appears on the student transcript. Audited courses are not eligible for financial aid. 


What do I need to do if I want to drop a class?

Gloucester Campus Instructions
To drop a class online, please follow these instructions:

  1. Log in to the Rowan College Portal.
  2. Click the Academics tab, accessible from the menu drawer on the left.
  3. Click the Add or Drop Classes link under the Registration Tools heading.
Not all students are eligible to drop/add courses online. Students who are not must pick up a Schedule Change form (DROP/ADD) at the Information Center in the Student Services Building. The student should fill out the form, see an advisor for a signature and visit Student Records for processing. 

Cumberland Campus Instructions

To drop a class online, please follow these instructions:

  • Log in to WebAdvisor.
  • In the Students Menu, select Register and Drop Sections.
  • Check the Drop box(es) next to the course and Submit.

OR

  • Log in to Self Service
  • In the Student Planning Menu, go to Plan & Schedule.
  • Click the Drop Box on the course(s) you wish to drop.

Not all students are eligible to drop/add courses online. Students who are not must pick up an Enrollment Change Form at the Enrollment One Stop Office in the Student & Enrollment Services Building. The student should fill out the form, see an advisor if needed, and submit to the One Stop for processing. 



What do I need to do if I want to withdraw from a class?

Gloucester​ Campus Instructions
Students who wish to withdraw from a class must pick up a Withdrawal Form from the Information Center in the Student Services Building. Students who are receiving financial aid, Educational Opportunity Fund (EOF) or New Jersey Student Tuition Assistance Reward Scholarship (NJ STARS) funding must have the form signed by the respective officials. All Withdrawal Forms must be signed by an advisor. Students then may submit the completed form to the Student Records Department. 

Cumberland Campus Instructions

All withdrawals must be completed in person at the Enrollment One Stop Office. Students receiving aid or are part of a cohort program should speak with their advisor before withdrawing to see how it could impact their academic and financial status at the college or in a program. After speaking with the proper officials and the student still wishes to withdrawal from the course, an Enrollment Change Form must be filled out and submitted to the One Stop for processing. Total withdrawals must be signed by an advisor for processing.



What is a partial withdrawal?

A partial withdrawal occurs when a student withdraws from some but not all classes for the semester.


What is a total withdrawal?

A total withdrawal occurs when a student withdraws from all classes for the semester.


Does a withdrawal appear on my transcript? 

Yes. 


Does a drop appear on my transcript ?

No  


If I drop a class will it affect my financial aid?

Yes, a dropped class may affect financial aid.  


If I withdraw from a class will it affect my financial aid?​

Federal financial aid recipients are subject to a reduction of their financial aid if they completely withdraw or stop attending classes within the 60-percent period of any given semester. Aid recipients are responsible for costs related to tuition, fees, and books if their financial aid is revised or canceled. For additional information, students should visit the Financial Aid Withdrawals page.
Cumberland