Students who wish to change their schedule have the following options — add a course, drop a course, withdraw from a course or completely withdraw from college.
If you are unable to complete the course(s) for which you have registered, it is your responsibility, not that of your instructor, to formally withdraw from the course(s). Failure to do so will result in your receiving a performance grade — usually an “F.”
A “stop payment” order on your check does not drop you from your classes.
Should you have any questions about how to add or drop a course, you may contact an advisor in the Advising Center, Room S113, or ask your question via an e-mail to bhcAdvising@dcccd.edu.
Important points to keep in mind
NOTE: If you are a financial aid recipient and you withdraw from all courses prior to the completion of 60 percent of the semester, you may have to re-pay a portion of funding received. For further information, contact the Scholarships/Financial Aid Office, Student Services Center, Room S015, or send an e-mail to bhcFA@dcccd.edu.
If circumstances prevent you from dropping or withdrawing, you may have another person drop your enrollment form by proxy. Any person designated as your proxy must have: