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Withdrawal from Courses

 

 

“The proper form for withdrawing from all classes at the college after the official drop/add period but before the published withdrawal date is the Schedule Adjustment FormAll students must meet with a staff member at the Office of Academic Resources in the Pope Student Center to initiate the withdrawal process.  After meeting with the staff member, students will then finalize the withdrawal process in the Enrollment Services Office.”

 

 

 

Withdrawal from the course:

 

The last day to drop this class without penalty is announced on the Academic Calendar issued by DSC.

 

You will be assigned a grade of W. After this date, withdrawal without penalty is permitted only in cases of extreme hardship as determined by the Vice President for Academic Affairs; otherwise a grade of WF will be issued. The proper form for withdrawing from all classes at the college after the official drop/add period but before the published withdrawal date is the Schedule Adjustment Form.

 

Students who are assigned to the Academic Advising Center for advisement must meet with an advisor or staff member at the Academic Advising Center (107 Liberal Arts Building) to initiate the withdrawal process. All other students must meet with a staff member or advisor at the Office of Academic Resources in the Pope Student Center to initiate the withdrawal process.

 

After meeting with the staff member or advisor, all students will then finalize the withdrawal process in the Financial Aid Office. Students who fail to complete the official drop/withdrawal procedure will receive the grade of F. Withdrawal from class is a student responsibility. The grade of W counts as hours attempted for the purposes of financial aid.