Classes may be canceled by the college at any time. If you are enrolled in a canceled class, the college will drop the class from your schedule and you will receive a 100% refund of tuition and fees.
|First Day Attendance/No-Show Policy|
You must attend the first class meeting of your courses. For eLearning courses, this means logging in to your Moodle account on the first day of the quarter. If you are unable to attend or to log in to Moodle due to an emergency or conflict of a serious nature, you should contact your instructor. If you cannot contact the instructor, you should contact either the Instructional Unit Office or the Office of Instruction at 360-992-2291.
If you do not attend one or more class sessions or fail to log in to Moodle during the first five days of the quarter, you may be dropped from the class by your instructors. However, not all instructors drop students from classes when students do not attend. If you miss any classes during the first five days, you are responsible for verifying your enrollment status. It is your responsibility to drop or withdraw from any class that you do not plan to attend. You will be held responsible for any tuition that was paid by you or any agency (including Financial Aid) for classes you do not drop or withdraw from. If you are dropped from a class for non-attendance by your instructor during the first five days of the quarter, you will receive a 100% refund of tuition and fees, if paid.
|Permission to Register|
If a class description states that registration is by instructor consent only, obtain the instructor's signature on the Registration or Change of Registration form. When you request permission from an instructor to enroll in a class requiring permission, you should also request a "Course Entry Code." This 5-digit number will allow you to enroll in the class online.
Course prerequisites will be enforced. You may qualify for courses by taking a placement test, completing prerequisite coursework at Clark College, or having documented prerequisite coursework from another institution. If you do not meet prerequisites, you will be asked to change to an appropriate class level during the first week of the quarter.
|Late Registration & Late Registration Fee|
If you have registered for a class on or after the first day of the quarter, you may be asked to show proof of registration upon attending your first class. Take your Student Schedule to class with you as proof of your registration.
Beginning the third day of the quarter, you must obtain the written consent of the instructor to register.
To register for classes after the 10th day of the quarter (8th day summer), obtain the written approval of the instructor on a Change of Registration form and a Late Registration Petition. Then visit the Registration Office with photo ID to complete your transaction.
PLEASE NOTE: Students will be accessed a late registration fee of $50 per class for every course registered after the 10th day of the quarter (8th day in summer).
Students whose enrollment change falls under the following circumstances will not be charged:
Student making a level change. Example: Moving from MATH 095 to MATH 089.
Students making a section change. Example: Moving from an online course to a face-to-face course.
Students registering for continuous enrollment courses as opposed to sequential enrollment.
Students enrolling in late-start classes that begin after the 10th day of the quarter (8th day in summer).
Students who enroll in 0 credit courses.
- Students using the Clark College employee tuition waiver.
Students using the Gold Card waiver.
Students enrolling in ABE/GED/ESL courses.
Students who feel their situation warrants an exception to this fee may request to have this fee waived by completing an Exception to the Late Registration Fee request form. The final decision on any exceptions will be made at the discretion of the Registrar.