Adding / Dropping Classes, Non Payment Policy - Admissions and Records
- Adding Classes
- Dropping Classes or Withdrawing
- Withdrawals (Drops) Due to Non Payment
- Policy for Dropping due to Non Payment
Students should refer to the appropriate Academic Calendar for important registration dates. Students are expected to enroll in full-term classes by the date listed on the Academic Calendars on the Ohlone website.
Students may add full-term classes, where space is available, using WebAdvisor through the date posted on the Academic Calendar on the Admissions and Records website. After that date students may only add full-term classes by obtaining an add authorization code from the instructor. Students are responsible for registering themselves in classes via WebAdvisor with the add authorization code. Students should refer to the Academic Calendar for more information regarding registration deadlines.
Per Title 5 of the California Code of Regulations under no circumstances will a student be allowed to enroll in a class after the last date to drop the class with a W.
Students should refer to the appropriate Academic Calendar for add and drop deadlines for full-term classes and other important dates. The Academic Calendar does not apply to self-paced classes, short-term classes, year-long classes, or classes meeting more or less than the full semester. For classes with 10 or fewer meeting times, the drop deadline is before the class begins.
Students can drop classes through the 75% point of the class via WebAdvisor. Instructor permission is not required to drop a class. Students will receive a W grade if they drop a class after the last day to drop without a W. However, W grades are not considered punitive and students are encouraged to drop classes in which they are not doing well and are concerned that they may receive a substandard grade. Classes cannot be dropped after the deadline to receive a W; students who are still enrolled after the last day to drop must receive a letter grade (A-F).
Students may be dropped from classes by the instructor if they do not attend the first or second class meeting or for excessive absences. However, students are ultimately responsible for withdrawing from a class that they no longer plan to attend. Failure to do so can result in a failing grade being issued by the instructor and charges being issued for the class.
Per Title 5 of the California Code of Regulations, students are restricted in the number of W grades they may receive in the same course. Once a student has three Ws in the same course at Ohlone College, the student will be restricted from registering for the course again. Any grade received by a student, including a W, counts as an enrollment.
Students should refer to the appropriate Academic Calendar for important dates.
Each time a student registers for a class, a confirmation screen will appear on WebAdvisor and the student will receive a follow up email message. Students have five (5) calendar days to make payment arrangements for their enrolled classes. If payment has not been processed via WebAdvisor or by the Cashier's Office by midnight on the fifth day, students may be dropped from those specific classes. Once the waitlist process is run that day, any empty seats within classes will be filled by qualified students from the waitlists. Students dropped due to non-payment may register again for the course if there are available seats or may place themselves on the waitlist.
See also Policy for Dropping due to Non Payment.