At the beginning of each grading period, the instructor
shall publicize his/her class policies. Excessive absences may result
in the student not meeting the competencies of the course. Behavioral
or disruptive issues may result in the student being withdrawn from the
class at the request of the instructor by the Registrar. It is the student's
responsibility to withdraw from the course for reasons of academic performance
through the Registrar's Office.
- Each instructor shall publicize, both orally and in
written form, to the students in his/her class, the attendance, course
requirements, and grading policies which are in accordance with College
- The student should adhere to the individual instructor’s policy with regards to attendance.
- Late registrations will be accepted by the Registrar
with concurrence of the instructor involved and approval of the Chief
Academic Officer (CAO). Days missed will be counted as authorized absences.
- Absence from class may be authorized by the CAO for
participation in College sponsored activities or to represent the institution
in an official capacity.
- Before an instructor is permitted to submit to the Registrar
a request for withdrawal of a student from classes, an incident report
must be initiated by the instructor stating the specifics of the behavioral
or disruptive issue. It is the responsibility of the instructor to
file this report with the Instruction Office.
- A student may petition for reinstatement in the class within five days of notification of withdrawal, according to provisions of Section 262.00 of the Policy Manual.
Adopted July 17, 1972
Revised June 21, 1976
Reviewed July 11, 1989
Revised July 21, 2003
Revised August 9, 2004
Revised April 16, 2007