March 9, 2021
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Dual Enrollment Students:
Dropping and Adding Classes for Dual Enrollment Students: Dual enrollment students are required to meet with the high school counselor and the dual enrollment coordinator each semester to register for courses.
*For Summer 2020 term only, drop/add will be extended to June 5, 2020 at 12 Noon.
Through the end of the third instructional day of the semester, a student may add courses if there is space available. Through the end of the third instructional day of the semester, a student may also drop a course from an already existing schedule, and no grade will appear on the student’s official academic record. An instructional day is based on the academic calendar, not a student’s individual schedule. For example, if the term begins on a Monday, the Drop/Add period is Monday-Wednesday even if a student’s first class does not meet until Tuesday. The college Academic Calendar indicates the Drop/Add Period each semester. This deadline is strictly enforced. Students may drop courses online via Bannerweb.
No Harm/No Foul Period
A student who drops a course before the end of the third instructional day will be due a refund (see Institutional Refund Policy). Note: An instructional day is based on the academic calendar, not an individual student’s schedule. For the purpose of refund calculations, the first day of the semester is considered to be the official first day of class as indicated on the college calendar. The college Academic Calendar indicates the last eligible date for refunds each semester.
No Show Policy for Attendance
Any student who does not physically attend the scheduled class meeting for an on-campus class or complete an academic assignment during the three (3) calendar day drop/add period for an online class will be considered a No Show.
To be reinstated, a student will need to contact his/her instructors. Be aware that the classes you wish to re-enter may no longer have seats available. The late registration fee of $45 may be applied.
Withdrawing After the 3rd Day
Through the 60% date of the semester, a student may withdraw from a course online via Bannerweb. Tuition and fees will NOT be reduced for courses dropped after the 3rd instructional day.
A student dropping a course after the third instructional day of the semester, but by the 60% date of the semester, will receive a grade of “W” which is GPA-neutral but does affect Financial Aid completion rate.
Students may not withdraw or be withdrawn after the 60% point of the term (including parts of term). Students will be issued the grades they earn if they have not withdrawn themselves prior to the 60% point. A “WF” will be issued for students who stopped attending without withdrawing. A “WF” grade has 0 quality points and negatively impacts GPA and Academic Standing.
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