Students who do not participate in their classes during the first week of the semester are considered to be "No Shows." The College assumes that "No Show" students no longer wish to participate in their education. Students who are identified as "No Shows" will be administratively disenrolled from their classes and given a 100% tuition refund. Participant Verification helps to release students who registered but did not intend to come to class from a financial obligation and failing grade. It also keeps the College in compliance with federal financial aid guidelines.
See Executive Policy 7.209 Student Participation Verification in Coursework