It is the student’s responsibility to take the courses needed for graduation in the proper sequence. Normally registration takes place after consultation with the academic advisor assigned by the college. Newly admitted students are advised by a staff academic advisor in the learning center.
Continuing students will be given a Personal Identification Number (PIN) which enables course registration via the campus computer web module. The PIN also allows students to drop or add courses and to access their financial information.
Students are accepted into this special admission program after passing a federally approved “Ability to Benefit” test. After successfully completing 24 college credits in specific areas of study, the student may request an application to be granted a GED by the state education department. Applications may be obtained from the office of registration services. To be enrolled in the 24 Credit Hour Program, the student must meet the following criteria. To complete and receive a GED or a certificate or degree from Sullivan, one of the following must apply:
A withdrawing student must initiate the procedure at the department of learning and student development services. The retention counselor will notify all appropriate offices of a withdrawal, including the office of registration services, financial aid, student billing and the student’s instructors and advisors.
The deadline to withdraw from the college (all courses) without academic penalty is the last day of the 10th week of the semester. It is recommended that a student contemplating withdrawal first consult financial aid/student billing before initiating the withdrawal process.
Students are required to withdraw from the college through established procedures. Failure to withdraw properly may lead to forfeiting the opportunity to continue college attendance in the future. There is no fee to withdraw correctly from the college. For more information, contact Rose Hanofee at ext. 4462 or visit E 212F.