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Northwest Louisiana Technical Community College Faculty and staff want you to be successful with reaching your educational goals. It starts with attending all of your classes. For credit courses that start at the beginning of the semester, faculty must report “Never Attended” (no shows). For late starting classes, faculty must report by the 4th day after the course start date.

NOTE: A no-show for a face-to-face class is defined as lack of “attendance” where attendance is defined as one of the following:

  • Physical class attendance where there is direct interaction between instructor and student (not simply signing in or clocking in and leaving shortly thereafter)
  • Submission of an academic assignment
  • Examination, interactive tutorial, or computer-assisted instruction
  • Service Learning projects assigned by school
  • Participation in on-line discussion about academic matters
  • Documented initiation of contact with instructor to ask a question about academic subject

NOTE: A no-show for an online class is a student who has not: Completed the introductory assignment(s) by the deadline.
“No-Show” Reporting: If the student has not “attended” (per language above), the instructor will report the student as a no-show. Class reinstatement cannot occur after this point without significant documented extenuating circumstances.

“No-Show” Reporting and Financial Aid: If a student is dropped from a course (or courses) for non-attendance, the resultant loss in credit hours may cause a reduction and/or cancellation of his/her financial aid award. Like class reinstatement, financial aid awards can only be reinstated with documented extreme extenuating circumstances.

Reinstatement in class DOES NOT guarantee financial aid reinstatement.

NLTCC has a refund policy that stipulates the amount of tuition and fees to be refunded to students who withdraw from classes during a term. This policy is included in the NLTCC Student Handbook/Catalog.

Questions regarding the calculations of refunds and withdrawal procedure and process may be directed to your campus’ Office of Student Services.

For more information regarding this and how it affects Title IV return (potentially having to owe money), please refer to Return Title IV Funds section.

For more information regarding this and how it affects Satisfactory Academic Progress, please refer to the NLTCC’s SAP Policy.

Questions pertaining to withdrawal and how it affects your financial aid, please contact your campus’ financial aid officer.

It is the student’s responsibility to contact his/her campus’ financial aid officer to determine how dropping courses, resigning from college, or non-attendance may affect his/her financial aid eligibility.  The Return of Title IV funds Policy applies to all federal financial aid recipients who resign before completing more than 60% of the semester for which they receive federal aid.  Financial aid recipients who resign/withdraw, officially or unofficially, before completing more than 60% of the semester will be required to pay back all or part of the aid received.  In most cases, students will owe money to the federal aid program(s) and to NLTCC.  Students who stop attending all classes will be considered unofficial withdrawals.  Students who resign after completing more than 60% d of the semester do not owe money to federal aid programs.  (Not owing money does not mean that the student will meet eligibility requirements for future semesters.)

For more information regarding this and how it affects Title IV return (potentially having to owe money), please refer to Return Title IV Funds section.

For more information regarding this and how it affects Satisfactory Academic Progress, please refer to the NLTCC’s SAP Policy.

Withdrawal from coursework may jeopardize your current and future financial aid eligibility. If you withdraw or are asked to withdraw, you must inform the Financial Aid Office immediately. Depending on the length of your enrollment for the academic period, you may be required to repay all or part of the aid you received to the U.S. Department of Education and/or Northwest Louisiana Technical College. Make certain that you read and following excerpts from NLTCC Withdrawal Policy.


It is the student’s responsibility to withdraw from the College.  Students, who stop attending but do not complete and submit a Withdrawal Form to the Student Services Office, may remain on the class roll, and may be assigned a grade of “F” by the instructor.

Students, who officially withdraw from NLTCC on or before the last date to withdraw will receive a grade of (“W”) in each enrolled course. The course and grade of “W” will be posted to the student’s permanent record, but will not be included in the calculation of the semester/session or cumulative grade point average. Withdrawal from the College may impact their financial aid and other (e.g. insurance coverage) status.


A student, who finds it necessary to withdraw from the college, should begin the process by securing the proper forms from the Student Services Office. Please note the refund policy and deadline date as listed in the Academic Calendar.

To withdraw from the College, a student must:

  • Print and complete a copy of the College Withdrawal Form
  • Sign and date the form
  • Have the form signed by the Department Head or Instructor
  • Have the form signed by Financial Aid Officer
  • Submit the completed form to the Student Services Office

A student is not officially withdrawn from the college until the request is received in the Student Services Office. Administrative withdrawals are allowed in emergency situations.
For more information regarding this and how it affects Title IV return (potentially having to owe money), please refer to Return Title IV Funds Return Title IV Funds section.