Answered By: Shane McGowan Last Updated: Aug 24, 2022 Views: 8
Withdrawals can only be done during a specific window within the semester. If you are attempting to withdraw from a course outside of the withdrawal window, you will not be able to do so. The dates of the withdrawal period for a semester vary with each semester, as well as each term with the semester. The best way to find out what the withdrawal window dates for a particular semester and term are is to go to the college's Academic Calendar, which you can access at https://scheduling.chattahoocheetech.edu/MasterCalendar/MasterCalendar.aspx. If you don't intend to continue on in one or more of your courses in a particular semester/term, but you fail to withdraw by the last day of the withdrawal period for that semester/term, you will remain registered for the course(s) for the duration of the semester, and you'll be assigned an F even though you stopped participating in the course(s). Needless to say, it's therefore important to submit your withdrawal by the end of the withdrawal period if you're wanting to get out of the course(s).
Here are the instructions on how to withdraw:
- Log into BannerWeb.
- Click on ‘Student Services and Financial Aid’ at the top of the page.
- Click ‘Registration’ even though you are withdrawing.
- Click ‘Add/Drop Classes’.
- Click on the term in which you wish to withdraw.
- Click on ‘Submit Term’.
- Scroll down the page and locate the course(s) you wish to withdraw.
- Next to the course is a box with an arrow pointing down.
- Click on the arrow and select ‘BannerWeb Withdraw.’
- Repeat this process on the next course if necessary.
- Once all the courses have been selected, scroll to the bottom of the page.
- Click the ‘Submit’ button to process the withdrawal.
Please be sure to also read over the withdrawal policy information found at https://www.chattahoocheetech.edu/withdrawal/ . As the policy information mentions, you should get in touch with a financial aid counselor before withdrawing so as to make sure that withdrawing from one or more of your courses doesn't have any financial aid consequences. We also highly encourage all students to discuss withdrawal with their academic advisor before actually going through with it. That way, you'll be aware of any potential impact to your academic progress before you submit the withdrawal.