Withdrawals From The College
All students wishing to withdraw from the College must submit a Withdrawal Form to the Registration & Records Office (A201). Withdrawals from the college are permitted through the last day of the semester.
When you withdraw from the college, you will be withdrawn from your current classes, as well as any future pre-registered coursework. If you choose to return to NCCC, you must complete the readmission process.
**Before you file the withdrawal form it is advisable to speak with a counselor in Student Development (A131) to explore your options and receive important information. NCCC cares about your success.
What you should know about your GRADES:
During the first three weeks of the semester, withdrawal results in deletion of all courses from your schedule.
After the first three weeks of the semester, courses remain on your schedule and “X” grades are given. “X” grades do not affect GPA but do affect academic progress. Therefore, a student who withdraws and receives “X” grades may be academically dismissed or put on academic probation at the end of the semester. These students will be sent a letter explaining their options.
What you should know about your BILL/FINANCIAL AID:
Only withdrawal prior to the first day of the semester results in a full refund or bill cancellation. The College’s refund policy is as follows:
- Withdrawal during 1st week of semester = 75% bill cancellation
- Withdrawal during 2nd week of semester = 50% bill cancellation
- Withdrawal during 3rd week of semester = 25% bill cancellation
Withdrawal from the College normally affects Financial Aid. Your award may be reduced or eliminated this semester. As a result, you may receive a bill for tuition, books, fees, etc.
Financial Aid may also be cut off next semester. If a student has reasonable circumstances which led to the withdrawal, an appeal may be filed to request reinstatement of Financial Aid for the next semester.
Please see the Financial Aid Office(A114) or call 614-6266 for clarification.
If you are a student in one of the following categories, you are strongly encouraged to contact Student Development (A131) or call (716) 614-6290 before you complete this process:
- International Student
- First time freshman
- Reside in on-campus housing
- On waiting list for change of curriculum
What to do when you’re ready to return:
Readmission: Contact the Admissions Office (A105) to file a readmit form or file on-line at http://www.niagaracc.suny.edu
Financial Aid: Apply for Financial Aid every year, preferably in February or March. For students who withdraw in the fall and desire a spring loan, a new loan form must be submitted.
Questions? Please feel free to call (716) 614-6290 to arrange for an exit counseling appointment.
If you are ready to withdrawal from the College, please fill out the Withdrawal Form below and submit it to the Registration & Records Office (A201).
Niagara County Community College
Registration & Records Office A201
3111 Saunders Settlement Road
Sanborn, N.Y. 14132