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Total refunds will be made to students dropping credit courses based on the following criteria:
- Drops that occur within the first two weeks from the designated start date for structured courses, alternative learning courses, e.g., online and open learning courses, that are more than eight weeks in length.
- Drops that occur within the first week from the designated start date for courses that are eight weeks or less in length but more than two days.
The add period is the first 5 days of a 16 week term and the first 3 days of an 8 week term.
Students may request enrollment verifications for insurance and other purposes in one of two ways:
- Completing the JWCC Verification of Enrollment / Degree Form.
- By calling the Enrollment Services Office at 217.641.4355.
How to request an evaluation: To receive credit for courses taken at other regionally accredited colleges and universities, you must have an official copy of your transcript sent directly from the prior institution to John Wood Community College Office of Admissions. Once you have applied for admission your transcript will automatically be evaluated, based upon your declared area of concentration.
What transfers: JWCC transfer credit policies can be found in the “Policy on Accepting Credit in Transfer, or Credit for Previous Education” section of the current JWCC college catalog.
CLEP/AP/DANTES credit: JWCC does recognize credit for proficiency exams such as CLEP, AP, and DANTES. To request such credit, you must send official score reports directly from the testing agency to the JWCC Office of Enrollment Services. Credit will not be awarded without original score reports from the testing agency.
Military experience credit: JWCC does award credit for prior military experience and training.
Credit for Prior Learning: Learn about different types of credit that count towards your degree or certificate.