Withdrawal from a course or from the College
After the drop and add period, the following withdrawal policy is in effect:
Withdrawal from a course
A student must obtain the appropriate form from the Office of Admissions, get the instructor’s signature, obtain the Financial Aid officer’s signature and return the form to the Office of Admissions for processing. A scholarship student must also secure the signature of the scholarship supervisor. Withdrawal is not official until all steps are completed.
Withdrawal from the College
A student must obtain the appropriate form from the Office of Admissions and get signatures from all instructors, the Office of Financial Aid, the Learning Resource Center and the Business Office. A scholarship student must also secure the signature of the scholarship supervisor.When the student has all the required signatures, the form must be returned to the Office of Admissions for processing. Note: Withdrawal is not official until all steps are completed. A withdrawal will not be processed if the student has an outstanding financial obligation to the College.
Students who withdraw from a course or from the College entirely will receive a grade of “W”. Final grades are determined according to the date the student withdraws from the courseor the College as denoted in the College calendar. To receive a grade of “W,” the student must withdraw 2 days before the last day of class and prior to first exam.
NOTE: Students enrolled in Nursing programs must adhere to the policies set forth by that program.
To drop or withdraw from a class, please email the Admissions Office at email@example.com.
Please include the following information on your request:
- Name as it appears on CVCC’s record
- Student Number
- Semester of Class (Ex: Spring 2020)
- Class(es) – (Example: ART 100-T001F)
- Instructor(s) – (Example: Instructor – Jane Doe)