Withdrawal

Individual Class Withdrawal | Complete Withdrawal | Important Information

How to Withdraw from an INDIVIDUAL CLASS

    • Check with the Financial Aid Office and the Counseling and Advisement Center, in Brighton, or Student Services Center at Damon, to find out how a withdrawal will affect your program and financial aid status.
    • Check the Time frame
    • Withdraw Electronically
      • From MCC's Home Page, click on Current Students
        • Log into MyMCC using your Network (Email) Account and Password.
        • Click on MyCourses
        • Click on Add/Drop on the left
        • Select the Correct Term
        • Next to the class from which you wish to withdraw, choose Student Initiated Withdrawal. If the class has a lab/cln/con, be sure to submit a withdrawal for each.
        • Submit changes
    • Withdraw in Person
      • Pick up a withdrawal form from the Registration Office, 6-203, (on the wall rack) or Student Services Center at Damon.
      • Complete the form and sign it and return it to the appropriate office.
    • You will then receive a grade of W for the course.

How to request a COMPLETE Withdrawal

    • A complete withdrawal permits a student to withdraw from all courses in a given term until the last day of classes. The student will need to seek readmission to return as this process completely withdraws the student from the college..
    • Students seeking a complete withdrawal should visit the Counseling Center at Brighton OR the Student Services Center at Damon to:
      • Find out how a withdrawal will affect your program
      • Find out how a withdrawal will affect your financial aid status
      • To complete a withdrawal request form
    • Students can also complete this process electronically (available through the 80% of the course):
      • From MCC's Home Page, click on Current Students
        • Log into MyMCC using your Network (Email) Account and Password.
        • Click on the MyCourses Tab
        • Click on Add/Drop on the left
        • Select the Correct term and Drop all your classes
        • When you have completed the Exit Form, choose Student Initiated Withdrawal, next to the class(es) from which you wish to withdraw. If the class(es) have a lab/cln/con, be sure to submit a withdrawal for each.
        • Submit changes

     

Other IMPORTANT Information

  • Students are responsible for 100% of tuition and fees for a withdrawal.
  • Failure to attend a class does not result in an automatic withdrawal from that class, and may result in a grade of F for the term.
  • A withdrawal from a course may affect your graduation, financial aid, residence hall eligibility, eligibility to participate in athletics, veterans' benefits, tuition refund, or other aspects of your MCC program. Make sure you discuss those concerns with a counselor in the Counseling Center.

 

 

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