Academics

Changes in Registration, Withdrawing, and Refunds

CHANGES IN REGISTRATION

Students should plan their academic programs carefully so that subsequent changes may be kept to a minimum. When necessary, changes may be made by consulting with a counselor or advisor.

FAILURE TO ATTEND CLASS, ONCE REGISTERED, DOES NOT
CANCEL REGISTRATION IN ANY CLASS OR CLASSES.

Failure to change registration except according to the above procedure will result in a grade of “F” recorded on the permanentrecord of that student. Annotation of “W” (withdrew) will be made on the student’s permanent record if he/she officially withdraws prior to the published withdrawal date on the college calendar.

Adding/Dropping Course(s)

Adding a Course: Students who wish to add a course to their schedule must consult with a counselor or advisor. This must be completed within the first five days of scheduled classes for 16-week classes or before the second meeting of an evening class.

Dropping a Course: Students who wish to drop a course must consult with a counselor or advisor. The last day to drop a course will be the two-thirds point of the term for 16-week classes.
*Please consult the academic calendar or Records Office for add/drop course deadlines during shortened terms.

Withdrawal from College

A student who finds it necessary to withdraw from college before the end of the regular term should complete a student withdrawal form with assistance from a counselor/advisor and submit to the Record’s Office. The last day for total withdrawal from all classes will be the two-thirds point of the term. Failure to do so may result in the issuance of failing grades in all subjects for which the student is registered. If it is impossible for the student to come to the College to withdraw, this may be done by mail and must include the student’s last day of attendance.

IT SHOULD BE NOTED THAT REFUNDS (WHERE APPLICABLE) ARE BASED UPON THE DATE OF OFFICIAL WITHDRAWAL, NOT UPON THE LAST DATE OF CLASS ATTENDANCE.

Withdrawal from College cancels registration in all classes. There is no credit given for partial course work.