Summer 2014 class schedule by Diablo Valley College

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proxy information your written permission is needed anytime you authorize someone else to conduct any transactions in the admissions and records office on your behalf you will need to provide your proxy with the following • written permission which includes your proxy’s name your signature and detailed information on what transaction you authorize them to do • student id number and birth date • your name address and telephone number your proxy will need to show a valid photo id before any transactions are completed attendance if you miss the first class meeting or are absent for the equivalent of two weeks without approval you may be dropped by the instructor if you do not attend class but fail to drop the class by the refund deadline you are still responsible for the registration fees withdrawing from a class you must officially drop classes through the online registration system or at the admissions and records office non-attendance can result in an “f” grade and will cause you to lose your enrollment fees if the class fee has not been paid and the class is not officially dropped the unpaid fee will become an outstanding debt on your record it is the student’s responsibility to drop a class not the instructor’s if 75 percent or more of the instruction time has elapsed you cannot withdraw and will be subject to an “f” grade fees fee refunds enrollment fees • $46 per unit for california residents • $254 per unit 208 per unit plus $46 per unit enrollment fee for students who are u.s citizens or permanent residents and are not california residents or for students who are not u.s citizens enrollment fees to receive a refund you must withdraw from school or drop class by the refund eligibility deadline for refund dates go to insite webadvisor registration to “my class schedule” the dates are listed under the “last date to drop” column you can also check with your instructor note all fees are subject to change by the state legislature check www.dvc.edu/fees for updated fee information refund checks for complete or partial withdrawals will be processed after the first two weeks of instruction refund checks will be mailed to your student address on file in the college admissions and records office if you have a new address please notify the office as soon as possible if you paid online by credit card a refund will be issued to the credit card used for payment other fees • a $1 per unit student union fee helps pay for the maintenance of the student center the maximum fee is $10 per student per academic year • the optional $8 student asdvc discournt sticker fee offers discounts for student related activities • the $5 student activity fee charged at registration for fall and spring semesters allows student government to fund student-related activities and servies this fee is voluntary for refund information see “fee refunds” on this page parking fees the parking fee for summer fee is $20 college parking permits are required daily except weekends friday 5 p.m through monday 7 a.m and holidays parking permits must be purchased online through insite webadvisor under the academic services menu the parking fee is $20 per term for students who qualify for the board of governors enrollment fee waiver dvc parking permits are also valid at ccc and lmc campuses parking at the san ramon valley campus is free contact all other off-campus locations for their parking policies outstanding debts if you have any outstanding debts you will be blocked from registration or from obtaining academic transcripts and diplomas until those debts are cleared pay debts at the cashier’s office debts are subject to district collection processes 4 diablo valley college 925-685-1230 |summer 2014 3-24-14 non-resident tuition refunds to obtain a refund for non-resident tuition your request must be made at the cashier’s office you will not receive a refund if you • stop attending class and do not officially withdraw • withdraw from the class after the refund deadline • owe outstanding debts to the college a detailed refund policy is posted in the cashier’s office refunds for over $1,000 must be requested at the cashier’s office students classified as nonresident may request reclassification if living in california for one year and one day prior to the start of the term documentation is required students should resolve residency reclassification immediately and all requests must be resolved by the end of the academic year in question fees for approved reclassifications will be adjusted requests for residency reclassification submitted for an academic year that has ended will not be accepted parking permit refunds to receive a refund you must withdraw from school or drop class by the refund eligibility deadline for refund dates go to insite webadvisor registration to “my class schedule” the dates are listed under the “last date to drop” column you can also check with your instructor the parking decal must be returned to the cashier’s office for a refund the refund check will be mailed to you according to the same refund processing cycle as enrollment fee refunds lost or stolen parking permits are not refundable.