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Scheduling of Courses and Add/Drop Policy 311.03
Johnson County Community College
Series: 300 Students
Section: Registration, Assessment, Auditing and Scheduling Classes

Students at Johnson County Community College (“JCCC” or “College”) are responsible to schedule their courses and to be aware of all course prerequisites and schedule changes. The College reserves the right to cancel, combine, and/or change the time, day or location of any course without prior notice and refunds will be granted in accordance with the Tuition Refund Policy 312.01. The College also reserves the right to change the instructor and/or instructional methodology without obligation.

1. Adding a Course
  • Credit 
    A student may add a credit course in accordance with the Enrollment Dates and Deadlines published each semester on the College website. No late enrollment is allowed without the consent of the academic department and the approval of the division dean.

  • Continuing Education 
    A student may add a Continuing Education course up to the day the course begins.

2. Dropping a Course

  • Credit
    The deadline for dropping a full semester course is November 15 for the fall semester and April 15 for the spring semester. The deadline for dropping a course of any other length is published on the College website. 

    A "W" grade is recorded on the student's permanent record if the drop occurs after one-quarter of the course has passed. No grade will be recorded if the drop occurs before one-quarter of the course has passed. A student who drops all credit courses at any time during the semester will no longer be considered enrolled for that semester.

  • Continuing Education
    A student may drop a course up to four business days before the course begins. For the purposes of this Policy, “business day” is defined as a day of the week from Monday through Friday, excluding days the College is officially closed.

3. Add/Drops and Effect on Tuition

Courses added by a student will be subject to applicable tuition and fees.

Courses dropped by a student will be processed in accordance with the Tuition Refund Policy 312.01.

Date of Adoption:
Revised: 05/26/1993, 10/27/1993, 06/16/1994, 08/22/1995, 12/21/1995, 02/15/2001, 01/15/2009, 04/17/2014, 01/16/2020