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Medical Withdrawal


The Registrar (or designated representative) may grant medical withdrawals to students who must withdraw for medical reasons from all courses for which they are registered at NCTC. It is expected that the appeal will be filed as soon as possible, no later than a week prior to final exam. Students who receive medical withdrawals after the last day to withdraw without receiving a grade will receive either an I or a W in each course for which they were registered.

Students (or their appointed representatives if they are unable to act for themselves) who seek to withdraw for medical reasons from all courses for which they are registered at NCTC shall, as soon as possible, request medical withdrawals in writing from the Registrar, submitting all appropriate documentation, including a statement from a physician or psychologist, with their written requests.The documentation will be sent to the appropriate deans of the subject areas involved within the appeal. If the appeal involves multiple disciplines, then the request will be sent to the deans to discuss collaboratively providing a recommendation to the Office of Admissions and Registrar.The Deans will be responsible for the validation of documentation. The Registrar will inform the student and instructor of the decision in writing if the request is approved