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Course Withdrawal Request

This Withdrawal Request Is Only For Credit Classes Leading To A College Degree. 
Do NOT use this form if you need to drop a Continuing Education Course.

Beginning with the Fall 2007 semester the Texas Legislature has placed limitations on the number of courses that may be dropped by Texas college students attending public colleges and universities under certain circumstances.

New first time students may not drop more than six courses. The six course limit applies to all public institutions of higher education, including transfer of course work from one institution to another. There are exceptions to the legislation:

(E1) a severe illness or other debilitating condition that affects the student's ability to satisfactorily complete the course;

(E2) the student's responsibility for the care of a sick, injured, or needy person if the provision of that care affects the student's ability to satisfactorily complete the course;

(E3) the death of a person who is considered to be a member of the student's family, who is otherwise considered to have a sufficiently close relationship to the student, that the person's death is considered to be a showing of good cause;

(E4) the active duty service as a member of the Texas National Guard or the United States Armed Forces of either the student or a person, who is considered to be a member of the student's family, or who is otherwise considered to have a sufficiently close relationship to the student that the person's active military service is considered to be a showing of good cause;

(E5) the change of the student's work schedule that is beyond the control of the student, and that affects the student's ability to satisfactorily complete the course; or

(NR) no exception - the reason for dropping does not match any of the exceptions listed above.

Please be aware of this policy as you consider dropping any courses this semester.

* Indicates a required field

Select the checkbox above to signify that you have read and understand the above statement.


Step 1: Condition Agreements

I understand that it is possible that Midland College may not receive this request. Further I understand that it is my responsibility to check to see if the request has been processed. If a counselor does not contact you or you don't receive a copy of the withdrawal in the mail you should contact a counselor within 10 days of submitting your request.

Withdrawal requests received prior to the official census date of the term will be processed as course drops. Withdrawal requests will be processed if received prior to the last day to withdraw (as stated in the current general catalog or course schedule). Complete Withdrawal Requests will be processed until the first day that finals begin for the requested course(s). For more information go to www.midland.edu/calendar.

This method of withdrawal may only be requested by the student.

Withdrawing from courses may result in the loss of my financial aid eligibility.

Withdrawing after the census day of the term may result in a partial or no refund of the tuition and fees. See the refund policy in the current general catalog or class schedule.

Students seeking to withdraw who have not passed all sections of the TSI Assessment should speak to an advisor prior to withdrawing. An advisor will contact you prior to withdrawing you from any course. The withdrawal will not be approved if the advisor is unable to reach you for confirmation.

Midland College reserves the right to decline approval of a withdrawal request for any reason it deems appropriate. Such reasons may include but are not limited to the following: submitting the request before the census date or after the last day to withdraw, submitting incomplete or inaccurate information on the request, no current contact information for the student, any questions concerning the authenticity of the document, disciplinary actions, outstanding debts, etc.

All foreign students are required to have prior approval by the Director of Counseling for all schedule changes and withdrawals. Schedule changes or withdrawals may result in negative action by the college or by U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services.

I understand that any refund I am entitled to will be electronically deposited to my CHAPCARD or the bank account that I have designated. One of these options must be completed before continuing to withdraw. (Your CHAPCARD can be obtained at the Midland College main campus. Your direct deposit designation can be attained by logging into campus connect and choosing student information followed by designate direct deposit).


Step 2: Student Information


The student must have a valid email account to use this method of request.


Student's Current Mailing Address:


Step 3: Course Withdrawal Information

If you selected item B above, please complete the items below for each course you wish to withdraw from. 

If you desire to withdraw from more than one term (for example Summer I and Summer II) you must submit each term separately (repeat this process for the second term).


Course 1



Course 2



Course 3



Course 4



Course 5



Course 6



Course 7



Course 8



Step 4: Optional Comments

This Withdrawal Request is only for credit classes leading to a college degree.

 

 

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