The deadline for dropping a class is coming up


Tim Johnson, Reporter

If you have a problem with one of your classes, you don’t have much time to drop it. You don’t want to fail a class and find out later that that class is only offered at certain times or not at all.

Withdrawing from a class puts a “W” on your transcript instead of an “F”, and a “W” looks better than an “F”, says Dean of Business and Technology Dr. Wade Herley. November 16 is the last day to withdraw from Fall Semester classes, while November 22 is the last day to withdraw from Second Eight-Week classes. If you need to drop a class, talk to your advisor or the Registrar’s Office in the College Welcome Center.


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