Tuition, Grades, and Withdrawing from Classes
Records & Registration
IVCC’s Office of Admissions, Records, & Transfer Services provides quality services to prospective, current, and former students in a welcoming and friendly environment.
Please contact a Financial Aid or Counseling staff member at IVCC before making the decision to withdraw. An IVCC Counselor will
explain your academic options as we navigate this uncertain time.
The deadline to withdraw from classes is:
- Full semester (16 week) classes: April 13, 2021
- 2nd 8 week classes: April 28, 2021
Students may select the Pass/Fail grade scheme for Spring 2021 courses by submitting the Pass/Fail form. The deadline to select this option is Tuesday, April 13 at 4:30.
Students can request a printed report card by submitting this form.
- Spring 2021: May 19
- Summer 2021: August 4
Students will be able to view semester grades on the day following the final grade due date.
"Incomplete" is a temporary grade assigned when illness, unavoidable absence, or other
reasons satisfactory to the instructor prevent completion of the course requirements
by the end of the semester. A grade of "INC" must be removed as designated by the
instructor, but not later than the last class day of the semester following the issuance of the incomplete,
excluding Summer semester.
If the incomplete is not made up within the allotted time, the grade for the course is changed to an F, or failing grade. Questions about incompletes should be directed to the Office of Admissions, Records, & Transfer Services.
Veterans must make up incomplete grades promptly to insure continued receipt of G.I. Bill benefits. Questions about the impact on veteran benefits should be directed to the Financial Aid Office.
Frequently Asked Questions
If you drop a course within the refund period, you will receive a refund. After the drop deadline (refer to your schedule for refund date) it's considered as a withdraw. Withdraw means no refund, but a W does not affect GPA.
Speak to your instructor or a counselor. It is also a good idea to speak with financial aid to determine if it would affect your aid for future semesters.Webadvisor