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Dropping Classes/Withdrawal

15 July 2015

Dropping Classes

It is the student’s responsibility to drop classes:

Dropping or withdrawing from a course is not an automatic process. It is the student’s responsibility to drop the classes he/she is not attending. If the student does not drop a class, he/she will be charged and could receive an “F” grade that will appear on their permanent record.

Students can drop classes online or at the Admissions and Records Office on campus.

Students can drop a class by:

Students will be charged for classes not dropped by the last day to drop and receive a refund.

Note: Refer to the academic calendar to determine the deadline dates for dropping a class with a refund, with no grade, or with a “W”.

Enrollment Fee Refund Information

>>>Dropping a class using the Student Center- PASSPORT HELP 

 

Withdrawal

A withdrawal reported to the District Admissions and Records Office prior to Census Day, on or before the last day to drop classes and receive a refund, shall not be noted on the student’s academic record.

 A “W” symbol will be recorded on the student’s transcript upon withdrawal after the last day to drop classes without a “W” through the end of the fourteenth week of instruction.

The academic record of a student who has not withdrawn from class nor been dropped by an instructor within the time allowed by this policy must reflect a grade other than “W” as awarded by the instructor. The “W” symbol shall not be used to determine academic probation but only to determine progress probation. 

Note: Refer to the academic calendar to determine the deadline dates for dropping a class with a refund, with no grade, or with a “W”.

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