Withdrawal from a Course
Student-Initiated Withdrawal from a Course:
A student may withdraw from a course up to the end of the week which precedes the final week of the course. The student is required to submit a notice of withdrawal by one of the following methods:
- Completing a Withdrawal Form (available in the Academic/Administrative Office)
- Mailing, faxing, e-mailing (Baker e-mail account preferred) a letter requesting withdrawal and explaining thereason for withdrawal
The official withdrawal date is:
- the date the Withdrawal form is submitted,
- the postmarked date of the letter mailed,
- the date the fax was received, or 4) the date the e-mail was received. Tuition refunds are based on the official withdrawaldate (see Tuition Refund Policy).
College-Initiated Withdrawal from a Course:
A student will be administratively withdrawn from a course for any of the following reasons:
- Excessive absenteeism as defined in the attendance policy (see Attendance)
- Violation of the Basic Principles of Student Responsibility Policy (see section with the same title)
The official withdrawal date for college initiated withdrawals is the date of processing.
Note: Student-initiated or college-initiated withdrawals do not reduce the student’s financial obligation.