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ADMISSIONS & RECORDS

Adding & Dropping Classes

Add, Drop (NGR) and Withdrawal deadlines can be found on CLASS-Web. More information about course registration is found on the Chabot College catalog online.

Adding Classes

Students may attempt to add into open full-term classes during the first few weeks of instruction. Add Authorization numbers are generated on a random basis for instructors to issue to students. Go to CLASS-Web for add deadline.

Students are responsible for dropping or withdrawing from classes. Failure to follow the withdrawal procedures may result in a grade of "F". Students who drop before the No Grade of Record (NGR) period will not have a grade appear on their transcript. Use CLASS-Web to drop any course. If a class is cancelled or a drop occurs before the NGR deadline, the resulting balance on the student account can be applied to future terms or students may apply for refunds through the Office of Admissions & Records.

Dropping or Withdrawing from Classes

Students are responsible for dropping or withdrawing from classes. Failure to follow the withdrawal procedures may result in a grade of "F". Students who drop before the no grade of record period will not have a grade appear on their transcript. Student who drop after the no grade of record ("NGR") deadline and before the withdrawal deadline will have a "W" on their transcript. Drop and withdrawal deadline dates are listed on the Academic Calendar. Withdrawals do not affect the students' grade point average; however, excess "W" notation may result in (1) poor progress or dismissal status, and affect (2) full-time enrollment status, (3) eligibility for financial aid and other benefits, and (4) athletic eligibility. Student may withdraw no more than 4 times for the same course. Subsequent enrollments in the course will require special permission from the Vice President of Student Services of designee.

Withdrawing with Extenuating Circumstances

Students may withdraw from a class with extenuating circumstances after the Withdrawal deadline and prior to finals week. Documentation must be presented verifying the situation, the instructor must verify that the class is being passed with a minimum of a "D" grade and the Dean of Counseling must approve the request. Circumstances that will be considered are acute medical problem, acute personal or family problem, employment related problem or other similar circumstances preventing a student from completing the class.

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