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Students who decide to leave CNCC at any point during the semester are strongly encouraged to formally withdraw by contacting the Admissions and Records Office. Staff members will provide the appropriate course adjustment form, or students can choose to access Crossroads to withdraw. If the withdrawal from CNCC occurs before the census (drop) date, 100% of the tuition will be refunded. No refund is granted for classes from which a student withdraws after census date. Additionally, any financial aid accepted/received will be subject to the Return of Title IV Funds calculation.
Students who have made use of the various campus services or have been involved in athletics, are encouraged to complete the Student Withdrawal & Clearance Form. This form is designed to make sure students contact all of the appropriate departments before leaving campus. Until the Registrar certifies the withdrawal to be complete, no refunds can be made.
The official transcript for a student who withdraws from the college after census date up through 80 percent of the semester will reflect a "W" in each course for that semester. A student who fails to withdraw from the College before the final withdrawal date will receive the grade(s) earned for the semester. If extenuating circumstances exist, a student can file a Student Petition. If approved by the Vice President of Instruction and Student Affairs, the final grade(s) may be changed to "W".