10th Day Withdrawal Policy - Provisional Policy
DFC may choose to initiate the withdrawal of a student from all courses in a term under certain circumstances. Specifically, DFC may choose to initiate a term withdrawal if it determines that a student, who is registered for the current term, is unlikely to maintain enrollment in good standing based on one or more factors which may include, but are not limited to: failure to complete the financial aid process, failure to complete the Summer Enrichment Program, or multiple absences from one or more classes within the first 10 days of a term. Before making its determination, designated DFC staff will seek to discuss with the student and confirm the student’s interest and ability to continue enrollment in good standing. If, prior to the “last day to drop a course without notation on record” under the Academic Calendar, the dean determines that the student has not provided sufficient confirmation of the student’s interest and ability to maintain enrollment in good standing throughout the term, DFC will initiate the withdrawal of the student from all courses. Such term withdrawal will take effect on or before the “last day to drop a course without notation on record” under the Academic Calendar. DFC will provide the student with prompt written notice of any such withdrawal initiated by DFC.