Faculty are responsible for reporting students who do not attend class within the first week and, for online classes, students with whom they have had no academic contact during the first week.
Remember: merely logging in to the class does not constitute attendance or academic contact. Consult your instructor for specific dates which they expect attendance/academic activity, and to ensure you have completed the necessary work to meet their attendance policy.
If you fail to meet these requirements, you are considered to be a “no-show,” and you will be notified once you have been removed from a course as a no-show.
If you are a Financial Aid recipient, and you are reported as a no-show, you will have your aid adjusted to reflect the actual number of credits for the courses you are attending. When you have received financial aid, and are dropped as a no-show, the college must return that portion of funding to the federal government.
Only students that were reported in error will be allowed to be enrolled back into the class. If this situation arises, your instructor must contact the financial aid office requesting that you be reinstated. If reinstated, aid will again be adjusted based on your enrollment status and eligibility.