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See Syllabi and/or Students Rights and Responsibilities - Academic Information - Attendance Policy
"Regular attendance is necessary for satisfactory achievement. Therefore, it is the responsibility of the student to attend class in accordance with the requirements of the course as established by the instructor. Attendance and/or participation requirements in courses delivered electronically (telecourses and on-line courses) will be unique to the individual course. Students who do not attend class on or prior to the census date will be administratively dropped from the classes they have not attended."
Prior to a class start date a student may drop his or herself via ACConnect. After a class has started (but before the census date), a student can be dropped by his or her adviser, the AskAC counter staff, or the Registrar's Office staff. Please note: Even before the census date, students are always encouraged to speak with Financial Aid (if applicable), the Veteran's Office staff (if applicable), their instructor, and adviser prior to dropping a course.
1) Login to your account on ACConnect
2) Go to "Current Student" on the Self Service Menu
3) Go to "Academic Profile"
4) Go to "My Important Course Section Dates"
5) Choose the appropriate "Term" from the drop down box and click "Submit"
6) View your course(s) census date and all other important course dates
See Students Rights and Responsibilities - "Withdrawing from a Course"
All students who want to withdraw after census, must receive all needed signatures on the Academic Withdrawal Form.
"It is the responsibility of the student to officially drop or withdraw from a course. Failure to withdraw may result in a grade of “F” for the course. A grade of “W” will be given for student-initiated withdrawals that are submitted on or before the withdrawal deadline for the traditional 16-week schedule (certain classes meet outside the traditional 16-week schedule; see the current class schedule or access your ACConnect account for effective dates). Students who wish to withdraw from a class, must have permission from their instructor. Students must either email or meet with their instructor to begin the withdrawal process."
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Note: In very rare circumstances, students who do not request withdrawal by the withdrawal date can be considered for late withdrawal. In these instances, the student must have documentation supporting why they were unable to request withdrawal by the withdrawal date (e.g. doctor's note, proof of incarceration, etc.). Students who need to discuss late withdrawal should email the Registrar at firstname.lastname@example.org
The Texas Education Code stipulates that students attending Texas institutions of higher education for the first time fall 2007 and later may not withdraw from more than six courses during their academic career, including courses from which transfer students have withdrawn at other Texas institutions of higher education. (Senate Bill 1231) Rule §4.10.
It is the responsibility of the student to officially drop or withdraw from a course. Failure to withdraw may result in a grade of "F" for the course. A grade of "W" will be given for student-initiated withdrawals that are submitted on or before the withdrawal deadline. (Please refer to your ACConnect account "My Important Course Section Dates" for to obtain withdrawal deadlines.)
See "Student Drop (Prior to Census) and "Withdraw from a Course (After Census Date)" on this page for more information related to student drop/withdraw policies.
SB 1782 allows students who have accrued at least 50 semester credit hours (SCH) and have stopped-out for 24 months a one-time exemption from the six-drop and the three-peat rules in addition to a 15 SCH exemption from the 30/45 excess hours rule. SB 172 amended Section 61.0595 (d) and added Sections 51.907 (e-1) and 50.059 (r) to the Texas Eduction Code (TEC) to accommodate this update.
If you believe you now qualify for this exemption, please contact email@example.com.
The 6-drop policy limitation generally applies to the following population:
Students who enroll as entering freshmen students or first-time-in-college (FTIC) students in undergraduate courses during the Fall 2007 semester or any subsequent semester.
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Exception to Withdrawal Policy Form(SB 1231)
Withdrawal exceptions can only be granted when a student withdrew from a course. A grade of "F" cannot be replaced by a WE.
There are certain exceptions to this policy and petitions and exceptions should be directed to the Registrar.
Request for 6-Drop Withdrawal Exception:
To petition for a withdrawal exception for reasons not detailed above, please submit the to the Exception to Withdrawal Policy Form (SB 1231) Office of the Registrar.
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