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  • Course Withdrawal Policy for Dual Enrollment Students

Students must have permission from their high school counselor before they withdraw from a college course taken through the Dual Enrollment Program as it will affect their high school grade.  The last day to withdraw from classes can be found on the Academic Calendar for each term.  To withdraw, students must complete the  Dual Enrollment Withdrawal Form through the Dual Enrollment office.

 

Once the form is submitted, the form is circulated via email for review and electronic signature in the following order:

    1. Student reviews and signs electronically.
    2. Counselor reviews and signs electronically.
    3. The form is automatically submitted to dualenrollment@sheltonstate.edu, and the student and counselor receive a copy of the completed form.

 

Students who withdraw from courses or fail to meet minimum grade requirements will be suspended from the program for a minimum of one term.  The one-term suspension may not be served during the summer.  To re-enroll, the student must meet the minimum grade point average requirements and reapply for admissions.