Please review important announcements for the Winter/Spring 2014 semesters
Payment Deadline Information:
Payment Deadline for Winter 2014 session: December 18th, 2013 at 7p.m.
Payment Deadline for Spring 2014 semester: January 15th, 2014 at 7p.m.
What does this mean?
Students who don’t PAY by the deadline will be dropped from their classes.
What if you need more time to pay?
The fee postponement option is no longer available. Students must have a zero balance by the published payment deadline or they will be dropped from their classes.
What if you want to ADJUST your schedules for Summer/Fall semester?
Please do NOT DROP your classes and SHOP for other classes until you have an add code or are enrolled into the new class. Keep in mind you will be responsible for any fees associated with a class if you are enrolled in it after the published withdrawal deadlines.
What if the classes you want to take are full?
"Don't give up!" As students adjust their schedules, seats may become open or you can try to get in the wait pool. Students in the waitpool will have a chance of getting into open spaces on the first day of class.
Is "crashing classes" still encouraged?
Crashing classes is still encouraged. If you are unable to get into the waitpool for a class, proceed to show up the first day of class to crash. In many cases, student do not show and those who are trying to crash are able to get in.
What happens if you enroll into classes after the payment deadlines?
You must pay for the class the same day (by midnight) or you will lose your seat.
How have students been notified about these payment deadlines?
This information is published on the web, in the schedule of classes, and via reminder emails and voice mails about these pending deadlines.
Course Repeat Policy Change:
Alert!! Effective Summer 2012, students will only be able to enroll in the same course at SMC A MAXIMUM OF THREE TIMES. Past enrollments resulting in substandard grades (D & F), withdrawals, incompletes, and no passes in the same course will count towards this maximum. For further questions about this change in policy, please an SMC counselor.