Mini Term A Last Day for Automatic "W" is February 10, 2021
Regular Semester (full) Last Day to Withdraw with an Automatic "W" is April 1, 2021
Mini Term B Last Day to Withdraw with an Automatic "W" is April 16, 2021
Students who do not completely withdraw from the college but drop a class during the regular drop/add period will be refunded the difference in the tuition paid and the tuition rate applicable to the reduced number of hours, including fees appropriate to the classes dropped. There is no refund due to a student who partially withdraws after the official drop/add period. The last day to drop/add is published as part of the college calendar and conforms to the guidelines issued by the Alabama Community College Office.
Students who wish to completely withdraw from the College, must complete a “Notification of Official Withdrawal form, “located on the Student Forms page of the Trenholm State website (https://www.trenholmstate.edu/current-students/student-forms/). Students who submit a complete withdrawal form prior to the first day of classes for the semester/term will be refunded the total amount of tuition and other refundable fees. The “first day of class” is the first day classes are offered within any term configuration, including, but not limited to, semesters and mini terms. Students who submit a complete withdrawal form on or after the first day of classes, but prior to the end of the third week of classes will be refunded according to the withdrawal date, as follows:
Total Withdrawal during the first week: 75% refund
Total Withdrawal during the second week: 50% refund
Total Withdrawal during the third week: 25% refund
Total Withdrawal after the end of the third week: no refund
An administrative fee not to exceed 5% of tuition and other refundable institutional charges shall be assessed for each withdrawal within the period beginning the first day of class and ending at the end of the third week of class. The first official day of classes is indicated on the College calendar as the day that classes begin. There is only one first day of class. This day may not be the first day on which all classes begin. The calendar also indicates the last day to drop/add. For calculating refunds during the fall and spring sixteen-week terms, a “week” is defined as seven calendar days, i.e. the first day of class running seven calendar days (inclusive of Saturday and Sunday). Refunds of shorter than sixteen weeks, such as summer semesters and mini terms will reflect a prorated week based on the number of days in the term.
Classes begin June 14; student withdraws June 17.
Fourth day = 75% Refund due.
Students who wish to withdraw from a class and remain registered in other classes should complete the steps below via their MyTrenholm portal.
Students who wish to withdraw from all classes should click here.
Log into My Trenholm Portal and select the Student Tab, then select Personal Information.
Select Registration Add or Drop classes.
Under the Registration section click on Add or Drop Classes
Under Registration Term select the current term.
Finally under the Action tab for the class you want to withdraw, select Web Withdrawn Course and click on submit.
Students who wish to withdraw from all courses must complete the Official Withdrawal form located on the College’s website student forms page.
The form must be submitted to the Office of Records email@example.com
After the withdrawal form has been processed, the student will not be allowed to re-register for the course during the term of withdrawal. A grade of W will be assigned for classes in which students officially withdraw after the drop/add period until the withdrawal deadline.
If a student stops attending or participating in class assignments without officially withdrawing from the class or the College, a failing grade of F will be assigned.
Should a student withdraw from a class or the College after the withdrawal deadline and the student is failing the course or courses, the instructor will be required to provide the student’s last date of attendance and a grade of WF will be assigned.
If a student withdraws from a class or the College after the withdrawal deadline and the student is passing the course or courses, the instructor will provide the student’s last date of attendance and a grade of W will be assigned.