Students may be administratively withdrawn from a class by their faculty member for nonattendance. Faculty must advise students in writing at the first class meeting what attendance record would constitute cause for administrative withdrawal. If a student does not attend the first class, it is the student's responsibility to obtain a copy of all materials distributed at the first class meeting.
Students may also be administratively withdrawn from classes as a result of a student conduct hearing with either a hearing officer or the Student Conduct Hearing Panel. Administrative withdrawals may be made when it has been determined that the student's presence on campus is potentially detrimental to the college, faculty, staff, students or themselves.
- Last Revised: 06/24/2013