The withdrawal period has been extended from April 20, 2020 until May 7, 2020. This will include the following:
Full Term Classes: 1/22/20 – 5/17/20
Late Start Classes: 2/05/20 – 5/17/20
2nd Half Classes: 3/23/20 – 5/17/20
If you are considering withdrawing, contact your faculty or advisor first to discuss all your options. It's important to understand how it can affect your Financial Aid and could result in your owing a balance with the Bursar’s office. To withdraw from your Spring 2020 class(es) please complete the withdrawal form.
For questions regarding Financial Aid and the withdrawal process please contact Cathy Hardy, Director of Financial Aid at email@example.com. For general questions please contact one of our Center for Academic Planning and Student Success staff members: Bonnie Goulet, Director of Student Developement Services at firstname.lastname@example.org, or one of our advisors: Sue Houlihan: email@example.com, Sam Johnson: firstname.lastname@example.org, or Yvette Tucker: email@example.com.
At the direction of Connecticut State Colleges and Universities President Mark Ojakian, NVCC and the other Connecticut community colleges have adopted a pass/fail (credit/no credit) procedure for the spring 2020 semester. That means you now have the option to convert any of the grades you earn in your spring 2020-semester courses to Pass (Credit) / Fail (No Credit) grading so that the courses do not affect your grade point average (GPA). Please go to the Spring 2020 Grade Conversion website for more information and instructions about how to apply for the Pass (Credit) / Fail (No Credit) grading option.
Spring 2020 final grades have been posted to my.commnet.
At this time, students will see their earned grade in each class they have registered for. The pass/fail option will take about a week to appear on students' transcripts. If a after looking at their final grades a student decides they want to rescind their decision to apply the pass/fail they will need to send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org and indicate "Rescind the pass/fail option" in the subject line. In the body of the email it should indicate the student's name; id; the CRN, subject and number of the course they want to rescind. For example: Lourdes Cruz, ID @01234567, I would like to rescind my pass/fail option request for the follow courses CRN 1234 MAT 095 and CRN 5678 ART 101.
For questions about the pass/fail process, please contact the CAPSS (Center for Academic Planning and Student Success) Office at CAPSS@nv.edu.
Find Out if Pass/Fail Is The Right Choice For You!
Attend a presentation to learn about pass/fail so you can make an informed decision.
Four presentation times are available. Join here!
Tuesday, May 19: 10-11am
Wednesday, May 20: 3-4pm
Thursday, May 21: 9-10am and 8:30-9:30pm
Tuesday, May 26: 10-11am and 3-4 pm
Check out these FAQ's about Pass/Fail
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