The Registrar's Office is the official authority within the college designated to accept withdrawal notification. If a student communicates to a staff person in the Registrar's office while that person is acting in an official capacity, that communication in whatever form (verbal or written), is considered official notification. Students are urged to submit a signed withdrawal form to the Registrar's Office to show their intent to withdraw. The date the form is submitted to the Registrar is the withdrawal date and the date of notification to the school. Students may also withdraw from the college by phone, fax or mail. For a phone withdrawal, the Registrar's Office will fill out the appropriate form and date stamp it with a notation that is was a phone withdrawal; for a fax or mail withdrawal, the Registrar's Office will fill out the appropriate form and date stamp it with the mail/fax attached.
If such withdrawal occurs at the 60% or later period, the student is subject to the same academic assessments and actions as students completing the semester.
Students who have officially withdrawn in good standing may apply for readmission by submitting a new application, with an explanatory letter, to the NHTI Admissions Office. (See also Withdrawal and NHTI Refund Policy.)