How to decide If withdrawing from A class OR Classes is the best decision for you:
You should meet with your Professor, Academic Advisor, Financial Aid Counselor, Veteran Military Services Staff Person, and Director of Athletics as you consider withdrawing from a class or classes.
Discuss your intention to withdraw with your Professor/the Faculty Member teaching the course and consider what options are available to ensure your success.
After consulting with your professor, discuss your intention to withdraw with your Academic Advisor. Click here to make an appointment. Withdrawing can impact your academic standing, your financial aid and scholarships, and your ability to reach your academic or career goals.
If you are currently receiving financial aid or scholarships, consult with your Financial Aid Counselor. Withdrawing can impact your financial aid and scholarships.
If you are using veteran or military benefits, consult with Veteran and Military Services before withdrawing from a class or changing your enrollment.
If you are a Student-Athlete, consult the Director of Athletics before withdrawing from a class.
If after these conversations you still intend to withdraw from the course, proceed to PeopleSoft to initiate the course withdrawal process by submitting the electronic Drop Form and completing the Withdrawal Survey. Confirmation of your withdrawal will be seen on your student account summary which will be sent to your myFCC email account.