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Registering for online courses at Cedar Crest College is as easy as 1-2-3.

 
1. Find your Summer course - Select from dozens of 8-week, online courses across virtually every discipline and general education category.  Click here for the OCICU Transfer Guide.
2. Check the Student Guide - After you have selected your course, take some time to review this Student Guide to online courses.
3. Request a registration for your class - Simply click the link to go to our interactive registration form and your registration will be submitted directly to the Registrar's Office.  It's that easy!
 
 
Check out the academic calendar for the courses you are taking.  Please pay particular attention to the start date for the class, the drop deadline for the class and the end date for your course since these will be different from the classes offered on campus! Traditional Cedar Crest College students may enroll in these courses during the summer sessions only.
 
If you require special accommodations for your course, please refer to the OCICU Disability Service Request Policy


Students may file a complaint with Cedar Crest College using the “Student Complaint Form” if they have followed the College’s relevant procedures but believe they have not been treated fairly and impartially, if College policies and procedures have not been followed properly in addressing their dispute, or they wish to object to College policies and procedures.  

Students are encouraged to review the Policies and Procedures for Resolving Concerns, Disputes, or Appeals of Decisions section of the Student Complaints page.  

Student Complaint Form
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This form is used to withdraw from a course after the drop/add period is over. A course withdrawal before the deadline will be graded "W" and will not compute into the cumulative average.

The date used for the withdrawal is the date the completed form is submitted to the Registrar's Office.

PLEASE NOTE: This withdrawal request is not official until processed by the Registrar's Office. Faculty will receive official confirmation of course withdrawal from the Registrar's Office.

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Students who choose to withdraw from Cedar Crest College should consult with Academic Services and a faculty advisor. Academic Services can be reached at 610/606-4628 or advising@cedarcrest.edu.

Leave of Absence
Degree-seeking (matriculated) students who find it necessary to interrupt their college studies for a term or more must apply for an official leave of absence if they wish to return under the Liberal Arts Curriculum requirements. Within 3 years of the student's official date of separation, the student must have accomplished one of the following steps: return to classes, submit a letter of intent to register for the upcoming term, register for the upcoming term, or request an extension of the leave of absence.

Official leaves of absence of less than three years permit students to graduate according to the general education requirements in effect at the time they matriculated. With approval from the department in which they are majoring, students may be permitted to graduate according to major requirements listed in the College Catalog and in effect at the time they matriculated at the College. Students may also choose to graduate according to policies and curricular changes enacted by the faculty and found in the most current catalog.

If matriculated students request and are granted an official leave of absence of up to three calendar years, they are not required to reapply for matriculation when they re-enroll at Cedar Crest. Students who re-enter the College after a leave of absence greater than three years, an unofficial withdrawal, or any absence not formally approved, as described above, must meet the general liberal arts requirements and major requirements in effect at the time of their re-enrollment in order to graduate.

Withdrawing from Cedar Crest College
In order to withdraw officially from Cedar Crest College, a student must complete a process that begins with this withdrawal application. Official withdrawal prior to the official deadline for course withdrawal will result in all course work in progress being graded W (not computed into grade-point average). Withdrawal after the official deadline for course withdrawal requires submission of a Late Withdrawal Appeal. Unofficial withdrawal from the College at any time may result in all course work in progress being graded F. If the student re-enters the College to continue the major after a withdrawal, the student will graduate according to the general liberal arts requirements and major requirements in effect at the time of re-enrollment.

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Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act

At Cedar Crest, we believe the success of each student is due to a partnership between the student, College and family. That is why it is important for you to know about FERPA. The Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA) is a federal privacy law that gives parents certain protections with regard to their children’s education records, such as report cards, transcripts, disciplinary records, contact and family information, and class schedules. Both students and parents should become familiar with FERPA.

In accordance to the Department of Education's "Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act" (FERPA), written permission from the student is required in order for Cedar Crest College to be able to provide information regarding student's financial aid, student accounts and academic information. The following form allows the student to specify those permissions.

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FERPA Resources

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Please use this form to submit an Act 48 Credit Request.

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