Official Withdrawal from College Policy
A student who desires to withdraw from all courses at Sinclair Community College (Sinclair) with the intent not to return to the college should submit a request to the Registration & Student Records office (RSR). The request may be submitted via the Sinclair Add/Drop Form available from RSR or at any Sinclair location or through Web Advisor under Registration, using the “Register and Drop Sections” link. In the regional learning centers, students may contact the front desk or a Student Success Advisor to obtain a copy of the Add/Drop Form. After six consecutive semesters in which no registration activity has occurred, the student will be required to submit a new admissions application.
Upon readmission to Sinclair following an official withdrawal from the college, the catalog of record used for the student will be the catalog in effect on the date on which the student re-enrolls. The student will follow all curriculum requirements for academic programs, degrees and certificates as listed in the catalog of record at time of readmission.
If procedures to officially withdraw from the College are not followed and a student established attendance in his or her courses but ceased attending, a grade of “F” will be assigned for each course where the student failed the assigned coursework. The student will be held financially responsible for tuition and all fees for that term. Withdrawal from the College may affect a student’s financial obligations, financial aid earned, admission status, catalog of record and/or course grade.
- Last Revised: 10/09/2013