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Students can add or drop classes during the scheduled registration periods. Students adding a course in person must complete an enrollment form [click to print], and submit it to the Registration and Records Office or through one of the academic division offices. Adding a class online does not require the enrollment form, and can be completed through the Adviser link of myCentral. Addition of any course which has already started, must have the instructors and Dean's approval.
All degree seeking students are required to have an academic adviser. If they choose to be non-degree seeking and act as their own academic adviser (self-advised), it is understood that Central Wyoming College cannot be held responsible if they do not have the correct number of credits or the correct courses for the degree in which they wish to graduate with at a later date. Non-degree seeking students are responsible for making sure they have completed the necessary prerequisites for the courses in which they enroll.
All students who take English or Math courses must have ACT or COMPASS placement scores on file. From these scores, the student and/or adviser will determine their placement into the correct English or Math course. If at any time non-degree seeking students wish to have an adviser and/or degree assignment, they may request an adviser/degree assignment from an Academic Division Chair or from the Coordinator of Academic Advising.
Students may withdraw from any semester-length class through the last published day to withdraw. Withdrawal from non-semester length classes is allowed prior to the published last day of class. For published dates, see the CWC catalog and the current Schedule of Classes. Students withdraw from a class by using the enrollment form [click to print], and submit it to the Registration and Records Office. Withdrawing from a class online does not require the enrollment for and can be completed through the Adviser link of myCentral. Students who abandon classes without officially withdrawing are subject to failing grades and are financially responsible for course related charges. Students receive a grade of "W" when they officially withdraw from a class.
Full tuition and fees will be refunded for all classes prior to the time the class starts. Semester length classes and classes that meet over a period greater than 14 calendar days will be refunded fully if the student withdraws during the first 12 percent of class. There will be NO refunds for classes that meet 14 calendar days or less, after the class starts. For more detailed information about the CWC refund policy, see the CWC catalog and the current Schedule of Classes.