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Unformatted text preview: or to the first day of the term. Dropped courses are not recorded on a student’s academic record. A student may drop a course for any reason prior to the first day of the term (all terms begin on Sundays) without penalty. Withdrawals are noted on the student’s academic record with the designation of “W”. Students are financially responsible for all courses with a “W” grade. Exception to this policy is by petition, only with the approval of the instructor, the Dean of the School of Graduate and Professional Studies, and the Program Director. Enrolled students who withdraw must do so in writing, stating the reason for withdrawal. The refund of tuition is based on the week the student withdraws and notifies the Graduate and Professional Studies Office (both must be accomplished). For this purpose, Sunday is considered the first day of the applicable week. Before the first day of the 1st week of class: 100% As of the first day of the 1st week of class: 80% As of the first day of the 2nd week of class: 50% As of the first day of the 3rd week of class: No Refund No adjustments to account balances will be made nor withdrawal disputes considered after 30 days from the end of the term during which the student withdrew. For weekend seminar courses, cancellations must be received by the Thursday before the first class date, or the student will be responsible for payment of the entire course tuition. Attending any portion of a weekend course will incur the same responsibility for tuition payment. Administrative Withdrawal Policy: online‐only programs in Blackboard and Moodle Background: • Nonattendance (understood in the online environment as lack of participation in the discussion boards, and failure to submit the required assignments) does not constitute a withdrawal, nor does stopping payment ona check for registration fees constitute a request for refund; • It is the student’s responsibility to add or drop classes—not the instructor’; • This Administrative Withdrawal procedure is not needed for students that have NEVER...
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This note was uploaded on 06/14/2012 for the course INDUSTRIAL 61 taught by Professor Carlosdelgadonieto during the Summer '10 term at American InterContinental University.

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