81-300-1 BOT 03-02-2006, 06-04-09, 05-27-10, 10-28-10 DROPPING AND ADDING COURSES (PROCEDURE) A. Withdrawal From Classes 1. Students wishing to withdraw from a class must obtain a withdrawal card from a local counselor, or the Registrar. When the card has been properly completed and returned to the Registrars office, permission to withdraw will be given. Withdrawal without this procedure may result in academic suspension. If the withdrawal is completed within the first two weeks of the semester, enrollment will not be recorded on official transcript. The sequence for withdrawal is shown below: 1 2 weeks W not recorded on permanent record 3 16 weeks W recorded on permanent record B. Summer school Withdrawal Procedure The same withdrawal procedure applies to students who take summer school courses. Summer school normally runs for five weeks. 1. First Day W not recorded on permanent record 2. Second Day W recorded on permanent record Any student who does not officially withdraw from class or classes will receive a grade of an F on all classes not completed. C. Withdrawal/Drop The following withdrawal/drop procedure must be followed by the instructor: 1. The student may be dropped by the instructor, using an official card, after three consecutive unexcused absences. 2. All instructors must submit on-line attendance weekly. 3. All instructors must hand in drops on a weekly basis. The drops must be dated and signed. Page 2 Dropping and Adding Courses (Procedure) 81-300-1 4. The drop card must be signed and dated by any two of the following people: Registrar, Counselor, Student, District Director, or Instructor. 5. All counselors must submit weekly add/drop cards. 6. Five consecutive absences will also result in an automatic withdrawal by the Registrar. 7. Five scattered absences will also result in an automatic withdrawal. There are No reinstatements and NO exceptions for students who are dropped for five absences. The Registrar will send notice to Counselors a list of students who are withdrawn due to five absences. Drop/Add Procedure During registration and the first week of classes a student may change their enrollment by the following procedure. Complete a drop/add card, make the changes and return card to the Registrar. Add/drop is during the first week of classes only. IF a student discontinues a course and fails to follow the prescribed procedure for dropping a course the center counselor will submit a drop card and drop the student administratively. If a class is dropped after the third week the student will be liable for full cost.
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