Enrollment Services Drop for Non-Payment Update

Hello from Enrollment Services! The College has started the Drop for Non-Payment (DNP) process for Summer Quarter 2022, and we are writing to share updates related to this process with you. 

What’s Happening:   

On July 6, we dropped students from Summer Quarter classes who are not part of a special population, and had the following indicated on their accounts: 

  • no payment activity,  
  • no pending funding (financial aid, emergency aid, etc.),  
  • a balance over $100,  
  • and no Canvas activity.  

On July 18, we will initiate another Drop for Non-Payment (DNP) of students who are not part of a special population with the following indicated on their accounts: 

  • no payment activity,  
  • no pending funding (financial aid, emergency aid, etc.),  
  • a balance over $100. 

Messaging to students:  

Prior to the first Drop for Non-Payment on July 6, we sent a targeted message to students at risk of being dropped with information on how to pay their tuition and available funding options.   

On July 8, the College mistakenly sent a message to some students indicating that they had been dropped for non-payment. However, most of these students had not in fact been dropped from their classes, and we sent an email clarifying this later in the day. 

If you receive questions from students about whether they were dropped, please advise them to log on to their ctcLink account to confirm their enrollment. 

We will send students at risk of being dropped for non-payment on July 18 targeted emails reminding them of outstanding balances and instructions on how to pay.   

Our ask of you:  

Please help spread the word about Summer Quarter tuition deadlines and remind students that there are funding opportunities available such as federal COVID-19 funds to assist them with tuition, fees, and other educational costs.    

Thank you for supporting this work and our students!   

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