Class Withdrawal

Class Withdrawal

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:

  1. Completing a Withdrawal Form (available in the Academic/Administrative Office)
  2. Mailing, faxing, e-mailing (Baker e-mail account preferred) a letter requesting withdrawal and explaining thereason for withdrawal

The official withdrawal date is:

  1. the date the Withdrawal form is submitted,
  2. the postmarked date of the letter mailed,
  3. 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A student will be administratively withdrawn from a course for any of the following reasons:

  1. Excessive absenteeism as defined in the attendance policy (see Attendance)
  2. 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.

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