If you are thinking about withdrawing from class,
you must speak with your high school counselor first. Your college does not automatically withdraw students who choose to stop attending class. If you do not officially withdraw, you will receive a failing or incomplete grade in the course.
Check with your high school counselor to discuss how withdrawing from a Dual Credit course may affect your high school schedule and graduation plan. You can also meet with a college academic advisor to discuss how withdrawing from a Dual Credit course may affect your college schedule and graduation plan.
All Early College High School (including P-TECH and Collegiate Academy) students must meet with their high school counselors to initiate a drop or to withdraw from a program. To drop a class or withdraw from the college, you must follow the required procedure.
It is your responsibility as a student to drop or withdraw.
To drop a class or withdraw from the college, you must follow the prescribed procedure.
It is your responsibility as a student to drop or withdraw. Failure to do so will result in your receiving a performance grade, usually a grade of "F". Your college does not automatically withdraw students who choose to stop attending class.
Your high school counselor has the necessary Drop Request form that will need to be completed and signed by the student. For ECHS and P-TECH students, the Drop Request form can only be delivered by the high school to your college and not by the student. You must give at least one reason why you are dropping each class. A drop/withdrawal request must be received in the Dual Credit Office by the official drop/withdrawal deadline as indicated on the Academic Calendar and the current class schedule. No drop or withdrawal requests are accepted by telephone.
Important: Dropping and failing classes can impact your future financial aid and a college or university’s satisfactory academic progress requirements. Visit the
Satisfactory Academic Progress page for more information.