Administrative Drop Policy
Regular attendance is required for all Richland classes. At midterm the College can administratively drop students who have failed to meet attendance requirements of the instructor. Failure to attend the first two classes of a course may also cause a student to be dropped. Students must not assume they will be automatically dropped because they have not attended class and must complete a "Change of Schedule" form available in the Student Records Office in order to stop attending a class. Failure to do so may result in a grade of an "F" for a course.
Students must complete an Audit Form in the Student Records Office at the time of registration. Courses for which a student has enrolled for credit or audit cannot be changed after the 10th day of class. All fees apply to an audited course.
Richland Community College subscribes to the principles and laws of the State of Illinois and the federal Government pertaining to civil rights and equal opportunity, including applicable Executive Orders. Richland Community College policy prohibits discrimination on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, marital or parental status, national origin or ancestry, age, mental or physical disability (except where it is a bonafide occupational qualification), sexual orientation, military status, or status as a disabled or Vietnam-era veteran. The College's non-discrimination policy applies to the admission and retention of students, recruitment, employment, and retention of faculty and staff, and access to and treatment in the College's programs and activities. Complaints of discrimination prohibited by the College are to be resolved within the College grievance resolution process.