Archive for August, 2015

Important Memo Fall 2015: E-Withdrawals are here!

Monday, August 24th, 2015

 

 

Effective immediately, CFCC is beginning our new e-withdrawal system. Students requesting to withdraw from a course(s) can do so clicking on the icon above as found on your my.cfcc main page under “Single-click access”. This process can only be used for withdrawals but not drops for refunds. While we want everyone to be successful in their courses, we understand life events happen and we want to make the withdrawal process as painless as possible.

Once the student selects the course(s) they want to withdraw, a confirmation of the withdrawal request is emailed to the student and the instructor(s). When the last date of attendance is submitted, it is sent to the Registrar’s Office for processing in Colleague. Once we have processed it, the student is notified the withdrawal is complete.

Athletes are not eligible to use this system. Please refer them to the Athletic Department if you want to withdraw from a class.

CFCC’s new withdrawal policy for 2015-16:

Curriculum Courses

Students who officially withdraw from a course(s) within the first 60 percent of class hours will receive a grade of “W.” Students who have not withdrawn from class by the 60 percent point will receive whatever grade they have earned as computed by the instructor at the end of the semester. Students who stop attending a class without officially withdrawing will receive a grade of “F,” which is computed as a failing grade.

Students who wish to withdraw after 60 percent of class hours must obtain permission in writing from their instructor and Department Chair. Permission will be granted for extenuating circumstances only. Documentation is required. No withdraw­als may be requested during the last week of the semester.

Parking Announcement

Tuesday, August 18th, 2015

If your car is parked illegally, your vehicle may be towed.  Employees, Students, and Visitors can only park in authorized CFCC parking lots/spaces. Abandoned property, private lots, fields, etc. are not considered authorized parking areas.  You also may NOT park at the Coastline or Wilmington Convention Centers. Towing by property owners will be enforced should you not abide.

If you park at a meter, unless you have an ADA placard, you must feed the meter despite having a CFCC Parking Decal and the time limits will be enforced by the City.

To park on any CFCC property, students must obtain a parking decal from the Cashiers Office. To enter/exit the Hanover Parking Deck, they must also obtain a CFCC ID card. Updated occupancy counts at the Hanover Parking Deck and the latest traffic information can be found on our Twitter feed at @cfccparking.