Students who experience serious medical or emergency issues following the deadline for student-initiated withdrawal may request a medical/emergency withdrawal. Medical/Emergency Withdrawal Request forms may be obtained by contacting the Registrar's Office. Completed forms must be submitted with proper documentation and must be received prior to the end of the semester. Dates provided on medical or emergency documentation and the date of the request submission will be considered when evaluating Medical/Emergency Withdrawal Requests. Prior to returning to the College after an approved Medical/Emergency Withdrawal, a student must meet with and receive approval from the Dean of Enrollment and Registrar.
In order to be considered for a medical/emergency withdrawal, students must meet the following requirements:
- Student must be passing the current semester courses with regular class attendance at the time of the medical/emergency concern or intervention.
- Student must provide a written summary of the medical/emergency circumstances which are preventing the completion of the semester accompanied by appropriate documentation of support from a heath care provider, case worker, social worker, or counselor if warranted.
A "W" grade will be assigned for the withdrawn courses.