Withdrawal - New Proposed Changes to Title V Section 55024
Section 55024 authorizes districts to establish policies on withdrawal and describes requirements on limiting the number of times a student could withdraw, receive a “W,” and re-enroll in a course to no more than four “Ws” as a result of withdrawal from the same credit course. Districts are allowed to adopt more restrictive policies or to adopt policies permitting additional withdrawals based on a petition from the student demonstrating that the need for withdrawal is due to extenuating circumstances. Although the San Jose Evergreen Community College District has not officially adopted the regulation as a formal board policy, it is likely to become effective in Spring 2011. This notation is being made as an information item only.
Total Withdrawal From College
Students who wish to withdraw from all classes during the semester may use Sta-Reg (408 223 0300) or MyWeb to drop all classes. Failure to withdraw properly may result in the assignment of unsatisfactory grades in those courses. (See above for drop instructions)
Students who drop courses past the drop deadline, and who have balances due, will still be responsible for that debt. Students who do not pay all fees will be unable to register for subsequent terms or receive their grades.