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All drops receive a “W” grade for 8 week & 16 week Classes. All Withdrawals must be processed in person. See Counseling Department.
Effective Fall 2014, withdrawing from a course will no longer be an option through your MY SSC Portal. Any student interested in withdrawing from a course must do so in person. See Counseling Department.
A “W” (Withdrawal) may be recorded on the official record for students wishing to discontinue attendance in a course after the end of the refund period. If the student follows the proper withdrawal processes, a grade of “W” will be entered on the student’s transcript.
Students must obtain an Official Course Withdrawal form from the Registration Department. The student must first present the withdrawal form to an SSC Advisor. Each signs the form to indicate that he/she has discussed and understands the academic outcome.
For those students utilizing Financial Aid, the student must present the withdrawal form to an SSC Financial Aid Representative. Each signs the form to indicate that he/she has discussed and understands the financial outcome. The signed withdrawal form is delivered to the Registration Department. Once processed, a “W” for the course/s is recorded on the student’s transcript.
Withdrawing from classes may have an adverse effect on Financial Aid awards, and may result in a student being billed for classes and/or not being able to receive Financial Aid in the future. Once a withdrawal has been processed, the student will no longer be permitted to attend meetings, lab sessions or clinical assignments of the withdrawn course(s). Withdrawal from courses is permitted at any time up to two weeks before the beginning of the final examination period provided the plagiarism policy has not been violated. Courses with shorter timelines and/or 8-week courses have special withdrawal dates. Please consult with Registration personnel or the current catalog for these timelines.