Discuss your issue with your instructor. Instructors have office hours available for students to go over course requirements, estimated grades, ideas for boosting your grade and steps to get on track. Your instructor is the first level of communication.
Use Academic Studio. CTC offers free tutoring in the Student Center (Bldg. 106). Services include tutoring, peer mentoring, workshops, academic clinics, study groups, academic and success advising, information, support resources and more, The Academic Studio is available to all current students.
Discuss your issue with the department. If the previous two options have not met your needs, you may discuss your issue with the department.
Discuss the issue with Guidance and Counseling. We can meet to discuss your options and help you plan the best course of action.
Discuss your issue with the Dean of Central Campus. After you have exhausted all previous options and your needs have not been met, you may contact the dean to discuss your issue at 254-526-1116.
Know the drop/withdrawal dates. Our drop/withdrawal dates are published in the class schedule each semester. By knowing your deadlines, you can make pertinent decisions about dropping/withdrawing in a timely manner. Before dropping or withdrawing, always discuss your decision with your funding source (Financial Aid, VA, MyCAA, etc.).