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Academic Calendar

Here is the Calendar of events for OLC.

  • October 13th 2014
    • Native American Day Office's closed/No classes
  • November 11th 2014
    • Veteran's Day, Offices closed
  • November 27th, 28th, 2014
    • Thanksgiving Day Holiday, Offices closed
  • December 5th 2014
    • Classes End
  • December 8th, 9th, 10th, 2014
    • Make up Period
  • December 10th 2014
    • Grades Due
  • December 11th 2014
    • Assessment Day
  • December 12th 2014
    • Assessment Day
  • December 24th, 25th, 26th, 2014
    • Christmas Holiday
  • January 5th - January 9th 2015
    • Registration Week

Withdrawal from Classes

 

Students wishing to withdraw from a class must obtain a withdrawal card from a local counselor, or the Registrar. When the card has been properly completed and returned to the Registrar's office, permission to withdraw will be given. Withdrawal without this procedure may result in academic suspension.

If the withdrawal is completed within the first two weeks of the semester,enrollment will not be recorded on official transcript.

The sequence for withdrawal is shown below:

  • 1 - 2 weeks "W" not recorded on permanent record
  • 3 - 16 weeks "W" recorded on permanent record

Drop-Add Procedure

During registration and the first week of classes, a student may change their enrollment by the following procedure. Log on the Jenzabar website exweb.olc.edu/ics using your username and password that you acquire from the Registrar's Office or your Home Center counselor. Courses may be added or dropped during the first week of the semester. If a student discontinues a subject and fails to follow the prescribed procedure for dropping a course, it may be recorded on his/her permanent record as an "F". It is the student's responsibility to verify that their online schedule shows that the course is officially dropped. If a student fails to attend the first two weeks of class without notification to the instructor, the instructor will drop the student at the end of the second week of class. If a class is dropped after the second week, the student will be liable for the total cost of the tuition.