We will assign you an academic advisor. Your academic advisor will help you determine the classes you should register for each semester to ensure you are taking all classes required for your major in the proper order. Once you have met with your advisor and have a schedule for the semester, you will be provided with a PIN number.
Go to My AUM and log in to the My AUM portal with your AUM username and password. If you are a new student, click on “First-Time Users” and follow the instructions for entering your Student ID number and birth date. Once your account is set up, you may log in to My AUM. If you need assistance, contact the AUM ITS helpdesk at 244-3500 or [email protected] .
Click on the drop down menu next to the course you would like to drop. Click “drop course,” and then scroll down to click “Submit Changes.”
Click on the “Return to Menu” button located at the top right side of the screen. This returns you to the registration page.
Scroll down and click on “Student Detail Schedule.” Print your schedule and log out when finished.
Always click the “submit changes” button in Webster when altering your class schedule and print copies of any schedule changes for adding or dropping classes.
Keep your PIN safe for the entire semester. You may need it at mid-semester to drop a course, and your advisor may not be immediately available to re-give it to you on the last day to drop classes.
Each semester the university designates a “drop date’ for full and half-term classes. Before this date, students may drop classes without academic penalty. (The Immigration and financial effects of dropping a class are separate matters. See below for extremely important notes.)
Students should make note of the semester’s last day to drop on the academic calendar posted on the AUM website. Once the drop date has passed, students will not be allowed to drop a class unless they have extenuating circumstances. If students miss the drop date, they will have to either complete the class or receive a failing grade.
Students who wish to completely withdraw from all their classes at the university during a semester must do so officially by completing a withdrawal form and exit interview in the Registrar’s Office. Students may not withdraw from all of their courses via Webster. Complete withdrawal from the University is only permitted before the last day to drop classes.