How do I cancel my CPCC?

How do I cancel my CPCC?

Students may withdraw by:

  1. Contacting registration personnel on any Central Piedmont campus, or.
  2. Through their MyCollege student account accessed from

What is a granted petition CPCC?

Granted Petitions (Restricted Courses) If there are still seats available once the group has registered, you can request permission to register for the course. To find out who a course is restricted for: Go to

What is the reverse transfer program CPCC?

Reverse transfer is when you are awarded an associate degree for completing part of your degree requirements Central Piedmont and part of your requirements at a participating university in North Carolina.

What is Dre 097 at CPCC?

DRE 097. This course is designed to develop proficiency in integrated and contextualized reading and writing skills and strategies.

What happens if you withdraw a class CPCC?

The current refund policy allows a 100% refund of tuition paid for curriculum classes dropped prior to the first day of the academic term. A 75% refund is issued for curriculum classes dropped on or after the first day of the term through the 10% point of term.

What happens if you don’t withdraw from college?

Participation in your classes is critical to your academic success and your eligibility for financial aid. If you do not participate in a class and do not withdraw, you will receive a failing grade.

What does reverse transfer mean?

Reverse transfer is a unique process for awarding associate degrees to students who have transferred in pursuit of a bachelor’s degree before completing the requirements for an associate degree at a two-year institution.

Is placement testing required for Stanly Community College?

Do I have to take the placement test? Placement testing may be needed if the student does not meet any of the following criteria: Graduated from a US High School within the last 10 years. Has earned developmental course credit, or has successfully completed a college-level English or Math course.

Can you drop classes with financial aid?

When you withdraw from a class, your school’s financial aid office is required to recalculate your financial aid offer. If your withdrawal means you are no longer a full-time student, you may only receive a percentage of your initial financial aid offer.

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