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Add/Drop/Withdraw Dates 2016-2017

 5-week course
 1st 8-week
course
2nd  8-week
course
10-week
course
16-week
course
Fall 2016     
Last day to Add/Drop11/4/20168/19/201610/21/20168/19/20168/26/2016
Last day to withdraw11/18/20169/21/201611/23/20169/30/201610/28/2016
Spring 2017     
Last day to Add/Drop4/7/20171/20/20173/24/20161/20/20171/27/2017
Last day to withdraw4/26/20172/22/20174/26/20172/22/20173/31/2017

Adding a Course

Students wishing to add a course must obtain approval from the lead teacher of the course as well as their academic advisor. During specified periods each semester, students may add a course. Courses may not be added after the first one-eighth of the class schedule. Dates and deadlines are posted in the Academic calendar.
 
Guidelines: 
Dates and deadlines are posted in the Academic calendar 
To add a course, students must complete the ADD/DROP/WITHDRAW form available on the college website, or from the Registrar. 
The form must be completed with appropriate signatures attained, and turned in to the Registrar’s Office by the student before the transaction is considered official. 
The date the form is turned in to the Registrar is considered the official date of the transaction.
Saint Luke’s College Policy AP-060 - Effective 10.29.2015
 

Withdrawal from a Course

Students may withdraw from a course without graduate assessment up to and including completion of two-thirds of the class schedule. Dates and deadlines are posted in the Academic calendar. After two-thirds of the class has been completed a grade will be assigned and recorded. A student may withdraw from a maximum of three courses throughout their program of study. Students who desire to withdraw from a course should obtain the ADD/DROP/WITHDRAW form from the Registrar’s office. The completed form, with the signature of the academic advisor, must be forwarded to the Registrar by the student. 
  • In a 15-week class, two-thirds of the course would be up to and including the completion of the tenth week of class 
  • In an 8-week class, two-thirds of the course would be 51/2 weeks into the course. 
  • In a 5-week class, two-thirds of the course would be 31/2 weeks into the course. 
Guidelines: 
  • To withdraw from a course, students must complete the ADD/DROP/WITHDRAW form available on the College website, or from the Registrar. 
  • The form must be completed with appropriate signatures attained, and turned in to the Registrar’s Office by the student before the transaction is considered official. 
  • The date the form is turned in to the Registrar is considered the official date of the transaction. 
Saint Luke’s College Policy AP-038 - Approved 5.9.2014
 

Dropping a Course 

After consultation with the academic adviser and lead course instructor, a student may elect to drop a course. The course may be dropped up to and including completion of one-eighth of the class schedule. 

Guidelines:

  • Dates and deadlines are posted in the Academic calendar

  • To drop a course, students must complete the ADD/DROP/WITHDRAW form available on the college website, or from the Registrar. 

  • The form must be completed with appropriate signatures attained, and turned in to the Registrar’s Office by the student before the transaction is considered official. 

  • The date the form is turned in to the Registrar is considered the official date of the transaction. 

Saint Luke’s College Policy AP-061 - Effective 10.29.2015
 

Withdrawal from a Course without Grade Assessment 

Students may withdraw from a course without graduate assessment up to and including completion of two-thirds of the class schedule. Dates and deadlines are posted in the Academic calendar. After two-thirds of the class has been completed a grade will be assigned and recorded. A student may withdraw from a maximum of three courses throughout their program of study. Students who desire to withdraw from a course should obtain the ADD/DROP/WITHDRAW form from the Registrar’s office. The completed form, with the signature of the academic advisor, must be forwarded to the Registrar by the student.

  • In a 15 week class, two-thirds of the course would be up to and including the completion of the tenth week of class
  • In an 8 week class, two-thirds of the course would be 51/2 weeks into the course.
  • In a 5 week class, two-thirds of the course would be 31/2 weeks into the course.
  • To withdraw from a course, students must complete the ADD/DROP/WITHDRAW form available on the college website, or from the Registrar.
  • The form must be completed with appropriate signatures attained, and turned in to the Registrar’s Office by the student before the transaction is considered official.
  • The date the form is turned in to the Registrar is considered the official date of the transaction.

Saint Luke’s College Policy AP-038 - Approved 5.9.2014

Withdrawal from the College 

A student may withdraw from Saint Luke’s College of Health Sciences at any time. The official date of the withdrawal is used to compute tuition and financial aid. A grade of “W” is recorded on the academic record for the semester. As designated by policies, the transcript will state if the student is dismissed from the nursing program. 

Guidelines
To officially withdraw from the College, a student must obtain a Student Withdrawal Form from the registrar. The form must be completed and returned to the registrar. 

Procedure
Verbal communication to individual instructors of intent to withdraw or failure to attend classes in not considered an official withdrawal. Notification of the student’s withdrawal is sent to each course instructor by the Registrar. 

A financial aid exit interview is required if the student received Financial Aid while enrolled at the college. The Saint Luke’s College of Health Sciences student identification badge must also be returned.

Saint Luke’s College Policy AP-040 - Approved 9.9.2015