W (Withdrawal) is not an automatic process. The student is responsible for officially withdrawing, through the Admissions and Records Office, to avoid receiving "F" or "NP" (no-pass) grades.
Upon entering Coastline Community College, the student assumes the responsibility of completing each course in which he/she is registered. A college student is expected to attend all sessions of the classes in which he/she is enrolled. An instructor may drop a student for excessive absences when the instructor determines that, due to absences, the student may not successfully complete the course. Students who miss the first meeting of the class may also be dropped. Students who are dropped by their instructors for missing the first class meeting or for excessive absences should verify the instructor drop with the Admissions and Records office in order to avoid grade penalties and to comply with critical drop dates as specified.
Each student is responsible to complete OR officially withdraw from each class in which he/she enrolls.
For full-term classes, no transcript notation will be made for official withdrawals made during the first two weeks of the semester. For specific dates, refer to your Student Class Program (Web Schedule Bill) or download the free app from the app stores and find it on your Smartphone!
Official withdrawals made after the 2nd week and before the end of the 12th week of the term (75% of the term) will be counted toward repeatability limits as well as be counted toward progress probation and disqualification. W’s are not used in grade point average calculation.
Withdrawals are not permissible after the 12th week for full-term courses or 75% for short-term courses. After that deadline, student must be assigned a grade (A, B, C, D, F, P or NP).
We recommend students consult with a counselor regarding the consequences of withdrawing from courses.
Students who are dropped by their instructors for missing the first class meeting or for excessive absences should verify the instructor drop with the Admissions and Records office in order to avoid grade penalties and to comply with critical drop dates as specified.
Students should be aware that "W’s" are used to determine academic status.
Students may withdraw/drop a class by:
Logging in to your MyCCC site . Drops will be allowed via the web in accordance with published drop deadlines. Please note: Be sure to click on "submit changes" after you enter the CRN you wish to drop. Verify all withdrawals by printing a "Student Class Program (Web Schedule Bill)" which is located in the "Other Student Resources" channel on the Student tab.
Please note: Some "holds" may prohibit you from dropping a class online. Please see #2, #3 and #4 below for alternative methods for dropping a class.
Mail a letter by the drop deadline date to Coastline Community College, 11460 Warner Avenue, Fountain Valley, CA 92708 . The letter or drop form should be sent to the attention of the Admissions and Records office and the student needs to make sure the envelope has a USPS postmark on or before the deadline date.
Fax your request to the Admissions and Records office. FAX number is 714.241-6288. Please make sure to print and save the "sent confirmation" from your fax machine for your records.
In-person in the Admissions and Records office during normal business hours, Monday - Thursday, 8:00 am to 5:00 pm and Fridays 8:00 am to 12:00 pm. Student will be required to present a valid CCC Photo ID, Drivers License, Military ID or Passport to drop a class.
Withdrawal from the College
Students who intend to officially withdraw from all of their classes must use the following form in order to keep from receiving "F" and "NP" grades for their classes, as well as in order to fulfill their obligation to inform the Financial Aid Office of such withdrawals.Complete Withdrawal Form