Dropping & Withdrawing
If you are unable to continue your Concurrent Enrollment class, you must follow the proper procedure to drop or withdraw from the class. Failure to do so may result in a failing grade on your permanent college transcript that will affect your SLCC college GPA. Failing or withdrawing from a class may also affect your eligibility for financial aid in the future. Students should consult with their high school counselor and concurrent enrollment high school coordinator when they are considering dropping or withdrawing from a concurrent enrollment class.
Dropping a Class
Classes that have been dropped do not show on your SLCC transcript and do not affect your SLCC GPA. The deadline for dropping a class is three weeks after the college semester starts. Check the calendar for exact dates. Students are responsible to drop themselves by the deadline using their SLCC MyPage. Visit the Dropping a Class tutorial for instructions on how to drop your class. Failure to do so could result in a failing grade. Be sure to check your MyPage account to verify that you have been successfully dropped from the class.
Withdrawing from a Class
Withdrawing from a class does not erase the class from your SLCC transcript, but shows up as a 'W' on your permanent SLCC transcript. Students who withdraw from a class are still responsible for paying tuition. Withdrawing does not affect the SLCC GPA, but several withdraws on a transcript could affect federal financial aid eligibility. Prior to withdrawing, students should discuss with their high school counselor and SLCC Concurrent Enrollment Academic Advisor how withdrawing from a Concurrent Enrollment course can impact their high school transcript and future college opportunities.
The deadline for withdrawing from a class is published each semester on the Concurrent Enrollment calendar. Students can withdraw with instructor’s approval anytime after the drop deadline and before the published withdrawal deadline. If you need to withdraw from a class you do so using the CE Withdrawal Form. Be sure to check your MyPage account to verify that you have been successfully withdrawn from the class.
Repeating a Class
State guidelines do not allow CE students to repeat a Concurrent Enrollment class at the high school. Repeat classes must be taken through Early Enrollment or after high school graduation. You must pay full tuition for any classes taken through the Early Enrollment process or after high school graduation.
Home and Hospital
Students who are unable to complete a Concurrent Enrollment class due to extended illness or have changed to home and hospital status, should consult with their high school counselor and high school CE coordinator to determine the best course of action moving forward. Home and hospital teachers are not approved by the college to teach Concurrent Enrollment classes and students who receive their instruction from these teachers will not be eligible for concurrent enrollment credit. In many cases it may be in the best interest of the student to drop or withdraw from the class(es) if a failing grade is likely. However, keep in mind that withdrawing from too many college classes can impact federal financial aid opportunities in the future.