Refer to the specific term below to view deadlines for dropping courses. Students may not drop courses by phone once the semester has begun. Starting on the first day of the semester, all course drops must be completed by dropping the course on the Web through MyJCCC, submitting a drop slip to the Success Center (2nd floor Student Center), faxing a drop request to 913-469-2300, or mailing a drop request to the Records Office.
Self-Paced Course Refund and Withdrawal Deadlines
- Last day to drop with a 100% refund is two weeks from the date the enrollment waiver was issued.
- Last day to drop with no refund and without a withdrawal "W" on transcript is six weeks from the date the enrollment waiver was issued.
- Last day to drop with a withdrawal "W" on transcript or request a pass/fail grade option is six months from the date the enrollment waiver was issued. After this date, withdrawal is not permitted. Courses that have been graded prior to this deadline may not be dropped.
College Now Dates and Deadlines
If you are a high school student enrolled in College Now courses, refer to the College Now Calendar for dates and deadlines.
If your records are on hold, you will not be able to drop a course online. Contact credit enrollment assistance with questions about holds.
By registering for classes at Johnson County Community College (JCCC), you agree to assume financial responsibility for all charges billed to your student account. In order to avoid financial responsibility, if you decide not to attend a class, you must officially drop that class within the stated refund periods.
For additional information refer to the Student Financial Responsibility Statement.
Credit Hour Requirements for Specific Populations
Some students may need to maintain full- or part-time enrollment status or complete a certain percentage of hours attempted in order to maintain their status in a specific population or their eligibility for financial assistance. Following are a few examples:
These students should contact the appropriate department for information on specific credit hour requirements before adding or dropping courses.