Procedures for Withdrawal

A student who withdraws from the College during any semester should first consult with his or her
Admissions Retention Advisor (ARA).

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Procedures for withdrawing from classes at MCC

A student who withdraws from the College during any semester should first consult with his or her
Admissions Retention Advisor (ARA). To withdraw from the College, the student will use the following procedures:


1. Obtain a drop-add form from the ARA and complete an exit interview.


2. Complete the drop-add form by listing each course being dropped and secure the necessary signatures.


3. Return completed form(s) to the Registrar's Office by the specified date.

Unconditional Withdrawal:
During the first third of any given semester, students may withdraw from a course by completing a drop form. Students withdrawing during this time will receive a grade of "W," which holds no academic penalty.


Conditional Withdrawal:
During the second third of the semester, students withdrawing from a course must complete a drop form and will be given a grade of "WP" or "WF" at the discretion of the instructor according to the quality of the student's performance.


No Withdrawal:
During the final third of the semester, students will not be allowed to withdraw from registered coursework. Exceptions to this procedure will be granted only in extreme circumstances (for example, medical emergency) and must be approved by the instructor of the course, Division Dean, and Vice President of Instructional Services.


Administrative Withdrawal Procedures:

If a student has not been in contact with the instructor and has not attended class for a consecutive two-week period, an administrative withdrawal must\be submitted by the instructor.


Steps for submitting an Administrative Withdrawal:


1. Administrative Withdrawal forms will be available in the Registrar's Office.

2. The instructor must complete the form with the student's name, the course and section number, the grade, the last date attended, and the instructor's signature.

3. Once completed, the withdrawal form should be returned to theRegistrar's Office to be documented by the Registrar.

4. The Registrar will provide a copy to the Financial Aid office.


Students administratively withdrawn during the first third of any semester will receive a grade of "W," which holds no academic penalty. However, a student who received any Title IV funds for that semester may be in a payback situation. During the second third of the semester, students being withdrawn will be given a grade of "WP" or "WF" at the discretion of the instructor according to the quality of the student's performance. Students who are withdrawn during the second third of the semester who have received Title IV funds may also be in a payback situation. If a student has attended class through the final third of the semester, the student has earned the grade and the financial aid. No administrative drop will be required for the final third of the semester. Due to financial reporting, once a student is administratively withdrawn from a course, he/she will not be allowed to re-enter the class for that semester.

 

 
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