How does withdrawing from a class affect me ?

• If you withdraw from a class after the refund deadline, you cannot get your tuition and fees back, and it counts as a course attempt.

• If you take a class for the third time, you will be charged out-of-state tuition (per Florida statute). You have only three attempts to take a class. A student cannot withdraw from a third attempt. A fourth attempt is allowed only through an academic appeal process for extreme extenuating circumstances.

• For financial aid eligibility, you need to maintain a 67% completion rate and a minimum GPA of 2.0, and complete your degree program before attempting more than 150% of the total credit hours required for the degree program.

• Check with your Academic Advisor before withdrawing to discuss the full impact of your decision.

• Be aware that our college does not automatically withdraw students who do not attend or stop attending classes. Students who stop attending without withdrawing will receive a grade of “F” unless the instructor has issued an administrative withdrawal (AW). Read your course syllabi for instructors’ policies on administrative withdrawals.

• If you find that personal circumstances cause you to stop attending classes, please seek the advice of an Academic Advisor in the Advising Center, located on the 2nd floor of the Student Union.

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