Changing Your Schedule

By Dru Macasieb
Originally Written: December 10th, 2016
Any kind of change to your schedule will put you off track, and we can no longer guarantee full-time status,  4.0 credits per mod, or the maximization of financial aid. Best rule of thumb, do not fail a class or change your schedule.
Dropping
  • If a student does not have a class, they will become a drop.
  • If you do not attend the first week of class both online and on-ground, you may be dropped
  • If you do not attend for 14 consecutive days, you will be dropped (both online and on-ground).
  • If you drop the first week, without posting attendance on-ground or online, you will not be charged or get a grade.
  • If you drop the first week, but attend any portion (on-ground or online), you will be charged (should be pro-rated) and will get a “W” Grade.
  • If you drop after the first week, will receive an automatic letter grade of “F”
  • Tip: After the first week, might as well finish the course and try as best as possible to get an D or better.
  • It is always better to drop at the end of your term* because when you do, you do not increase your student debt!**
Online
  • To be considered and on-ground student, you must take 51% of your courses on ground. Vice-versa for online students.
  • Students can take an online class only if they are at or above a 2.5 GPAor with special approval from their associate Dean.
  • If you need to be put online for the mod, the last day to enroll for online classes is Tuesday of the first week (that’s if a class you need is available and there is seats open). No exceptions.
  • If students want to switch to completely online they will be dropped from CCSD and must apply to  Independence University (out sister school).
  • If you have an online class you must take it and pass so that you don’t not go off track.
Switching Day to Evening and Vice-versa 
  • In order to switch you must switch before the mod starts (the week before)
  • You can only switch if the classless you need are available, if they are not available available you cannot switch.

 

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Author: Dru Macasieb

Dru is currently business and general education instructor at a nonprofit, private college. He holds a B.A in Liberal Studies with an emphasis in Linguistics, an MBA, an MA in Organizational Leadership, and is currently working on his BS in Mobile Application Development. He is fascinated with psychology, Artificial Intelligence, and is obsessed with self-help books and music festivals.

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