Withdraw from Classes
When you request a withdrawal, you are discontinuing all coursework for the semester/term at Ozarks Technical Community College. Please consult the OTC refund policy for details regarding your financial obligations to the college. Students wanting to withdraw from all college courses must complete one of the following requests by the published deadline:
- Students may withdraw from their classes by dropping all of them in myOTC. No other paperwork is required if all courses are dropped through MyOTC.
- Submit the Change of Schedule and Withdrawal Form to Student Services via fax, mail, email or in-person.
- Send an email requesting to withdraw from all courses to email@example.com from your OTC Email account. We will not accept an emailed request from any email that is not your OTC email. Be sure to include your OTC Student ID number.
If a student does not attend classes and does not complete one of the above withdrawal processes, the student may be administratively withdrawn or receive failing grades for the semester/term of enrollment. Additionally, the student may be responsible for any/all account balance at OTC.
Financial Aid Recipients
OTC strongly recommends that you bring the withdrawal form to campus or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org to speak with a member of the financial aid staff prior to withdrawing from all courses. The Registrar must also reevaluate your current financial aid eligibility. They will also review your eligibility for aid in future semesters as a result of dropping coursework. This could lead to the proration of your financial aid and could result in the college having to return federal funds. If the Registrar returns financial funds you may owe the remaining balance to the college. More information.
Financial aid recipients who are on Financial Aid Probation and either filed an appeal, plan on filing an appeal or have an approved appeal should be aware that ANY change of schedule, including dropping classes, after the 100% refund period of the current semester will result in loss of financial aid in future semesters.