Withdrawing From College

An official withdrawal from MHCC is defined as withdrawing from (dropping) all classes. The deadline to withdraw is the last day of instruction before final exams. The withdrawal must be received by the Admissions, Registration and Records Office in one of the following ways: online, by mail, or by phone or in person with the staff in the Admissions, Registration and Records Office. 

When students officially withdraw from the College by the seventh calendar day of the term (or the equivalent for non-standard length classes), tuition and fee charges are removed and the classes will not be recorded on the MHCC transcript.

When students officially withdraw from the College after the seventh calendar day of the term (or the equivalent for non-standard length classes), tuition and fee charges remain and a “W” will be assigned by the Admissions, Registration and Records Office in lieu of a grade. "W” is not a grading option assigned by an instructor, as it is not a grade but rather an enrollment (withdrawal) indicator.

Students may not withdraw from classes that have already ended (i.e., non-standard length classes) even if the instructor has not yet graded the class.  

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