Students must be registered officially for a course in order to earn academic credit. By formally registering for courses, the student pledges to abide by College regulations. Students may also enroll in a course for credit during the first ten days after the beginning of the semester. Students may not enroll in a course after the ten-day enrollment period.
Many departments establish limits to class enrollments in particular courses to insure the greatest opportunity for students to interact with their instructors and other students. As a result, students cannot be assured of enrollment in all of their first choice courses within a given semester.
The College may withdraw a student from classes and withhold transcripts and diplomas for failure to pay college charges. The College may deny future enrollments for a student with a delinquent account.