Student Drops & Withdrawals
Drops from an SLCC class do not show on the SLCC transcript and do not affect a student’s SLCC GPA. Students are responsible to drop themselves online through their MyPage account during the first few weeks of the semester (check the concurrent enrollment calendar for exact deadlines).
Withdrawals show up as a “W” on the SLCC transcript but do not affect SLCC cumulative GPA; however, a student must maintain a 2.0 cumulative GPA and successfully complete a minimum of 70% of the cumulative attempted credit hours to be eligible for financial aid at SLCC and many other higher education institutions, following high school graduation. Therefore, if a student has only taken a couple of CE classes and withdraws from one of them, he or she may not be eligible for financial aid.
Students who wish to withdraw from a concurrent enrollment class must complete the Withdrawal form and meet with their high school counselor.
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 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.