Student Grievances Any student may request a review of any College decision or action alleged to be discriminatory or have a negative effect on the student’s enrollment status at Rowan-Cabarrus Community College. Students must follow the procedure noted below and may request consultation assistance from student services. A grievance must be presented within 30 days [...]
Category: Records and Registration
The student services office keeps complete student records. Each student, however, is responsible for making certain that all of the requirements for graduation have been met. For that reason, students are encouraged to check their records periodically, especially prior to registration for their last semester.
Tests and quizzes (oral and written), including comprehensive final exams, are given by the instructor in accordance with the approved course syllabus.
In accordance with the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act of 1974 (FERPA), students and former students needing official copies of their academic transcript must make request electronically through the college website. Rowan-Cabarrus Community College in partnership with SCRIP-SAFE International provides twenty-four hour access to online transcript ordering through a secure website. This process is completely secure [...]
Tuition is set by the North Carolina Legislature and the North Carolina State Board of Community Colleges. Tuition rates are subject to change without notice. College fees are established by the RCCC Board of Trustees and are also subject to change without notice. Registration and Payment of Tuition and Fees View the Tuition Payment Options. Tuition Tuition and [...]
Section Codes Delivery Method H Hybrid W Web-based N Internet V Two-Way Video (ITV Rooms) T Telecourse Session Number Session Sequence 1 1st 4-Week/5-Week/8-Week 2 2nd 4-Week/5-Week/8-Week 3 3rd 4-Week 4 4th 4-Week For more information about Internet, Hybrid, and Web-based delivery methods, please visit Distance Education. 16-Week (Fall & Spring)/8-Week (Summer) Section Number Delivery Method [...]
Whose responsibility is it to withdraw from a class? After the 10% point of the semester/term, any student who does not plan to continue in any class is to submit the Online Drop Form. Withdrawal requests must be received on or before the 65% point of the semester/term. Instructors will withdraw a student based on Procedure [...]
Effective Spring Semester 2013 If a student withdraws from a class after the end of the drop/add period and before the 65% point in the class, he or she will receive a grade of “W.” A grade of “W” will appear on the student’s transcript, but will not be considered as hours attempted in the [...]