You were reported as a no show. Now what?

NOTE: For specific information about the classes in which you were dropped, please refer to your KCTCS student email account.

Faculty are responsible for reporting students who do not attend class within the first week and, for online classes, students with whom they have had no academic contact during the first week.

If you fail to meet these requirements, you are considered to be a “no-show,” and you will be removed from the course.

If you receive Financial Aid (Pell grant, scholarship, loan), and you are reported as a no-show, you will have your aid adjusted to reflect the actual number of credits for the courses you are attending. When you have received financial aid, and are dropped as a no-show, the college must return that portion of funding to the federal government.

Only students that were reported in error will be allowed to be enrolled back into the class. If this situation arises, contact your instructor immediately and ask to be reenrolled. Your instructor will contact the MCTC Provost to have your request approved and processed. If reinstated, your financial aid will again be adjusted based on your enrollment status and eligibility.