- Admissions Procedures
- Attendance Requirement
- Free Expression and Public Assembly Provisions
- Tobacco Free Campuses
- Disability and Access Services at Navarro College
- Educational Issues Pertaining to Pregnancy, Postpartum Recovery, and other Physical or Mental Health Concerns
- Navarro College Disability and Access Services Information and Overview on Service and Assistance Animals
- Disability and Access Services Procedure for Applying for Assistance Animals in Navarro College Residence Halls
- Dropping and/or Adding Courses
- Note of Importance: Six-Course Drop Limit
- Student Grievance Procedures
- Student/Instructor Conflict Resolution
- Withdrawal from the College
- Transfer of Credits
- Transfer Credits from Other Institutions
- Resolution of Disputes Concerning Transfer Courses
- Transcript of Credits
- Alternative Delivery of Coursework
Withdrawal from the College
Any student who voluntarily withdraws from all classes for which he/she is enrolled must contact the Office of Admissions and Records for a withdrawal form. The withdrawal will not be official until the student signs the form and clearance has been obtained from the offices noted on the form.
Students who drop a class or withdraw from the college before the semester drop deadline will receive a grade of “W” (withdrawn) in each class dropped. The deadline for receiving a “W” is indicated on the academic calendar and the current class schedule. See “Refund Policy” for possible refund eligibility.
Additionally, students may be required to repay some or all financial aid received for the semester.