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Withdrawal from Classes

It is the responsibility of the student to notify the College when withdrawing from class(es). A student must withdraw officially, in writing. This can be done in person, at the Enrollment Center or by mail, fax (847.635.1706) or online during the refund period.

Failure to attend classes or to pay tuition and fees does not constitute withdrawal and may result in a failing grade for the class(es).

Tuition refunds are only given when a student officially withdraws by the refund date. See the specific withdrawal and refund dates.

Students who officially withdraw from class(es) through the official withdrawal date will have the class(es) listed with a "W" indicator on their transcript.

Students and former students may request an administrative withdrawal from a course or courses, based on extenuating circumstances, up to two years after the official withdrawal date.

Exceptions for late withdrawal are considered on a case by case basis and follow the steps outlined below.

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