Before you consider dropping any courses, consider the following options.
At the instructors discretion, incomplete academic work for emergency reasons at the end of the term may result in a student asking an instructor for an incomplete ("I") grade.
Students have until the last day of instruction to elect Pass/No Pass for eligible courses. Pass/No Pass can affect progress but not GPA. Make an appointment with a Counselor or Advisor (email@example.com) to see if Pass/No Pass is right for you.
If, due to the circumstances of your course or due to COVID-19, you need to drop your course, please investigate the situations below. Before you make your decision, we want to make sure it is the right option for you.
Yes – many students are finding they can finish some courses but not all. Please work with your Counselor or Advisor to ensure there are no repercussions.
In order to not have to return funding to the Federal Governments students must submit a statement to financial aid documenting how COVID 19 made them unable to successfully complete the term. There is a place in the form for students to make this statement.
For any questions you may have regarding your VA Educational Benefits, go to the Department of Veterans Affair Website https://benefits.va.gov/gibill/. Information is changing daily. You may also contact your VA Counselor Emaly Brann firstname.lastname@example.org or Certifying Official Hayley LeBoeuf email@example.com.
A grade of EW will be on your transcript. EW Stands for Extenuating Circumstance Withdrawal. This will not count against a student’s academic progress or GPA standing. EW also does not count in the three takes rule for repeats.
If you are an international student, the rules are different. To protect your student visa, you are expected to maintain a full course of study of 12 units. Please contact the ISP office at firstname.lastname@example.org to receive guidance on the consequences of withdrawing from a class.
If you withdraw from a course that is on your educational plan you should contact Counseling Services to ensure that you will still be on track. email@example.com
Make sure to check in with your high school counselor before dropping classes. A withdrawal may affect your high school graduation requirements.
It depends on the nursing program you are planning to attend. The policy for the nursing program at College of the Siskiyous is that a "W" does not count as an attempt for a nursing prerequisite course. The "EW" would be treated the same as a "W". Contact Counseling and Advising (Counselingservices@siskiyous.edu) for specifics.
In dropping you have two options:
Withdrawal – You can use mySiskiyous to withdraw from your course. For full semester courses you have until the 12th week of the semester. This will put a W on your transcript and will calculate towards probation or dismissal status. This will also affect financial aid. Please check with your instructor for short-term class deadline dates.
Please Note: As of Fall 2022 – COVID EW's convert to the regular EW process
Extenuating Circumstance Withdrawal (EW) - The EW can affect your financial aid the same way a W does; however, when you drop through the EW possible Financial Aid may send you a petition to not have it count in your SAP.