Monday and Wednesday: ENG 101 & MAT 150 HIST 114
Friday MAT 100
Tuesday and Thursday: MAT 150 ANT 100 & HIS 114
If a student has passed an AP test for a class that a student is registered for, please contact Mrs. Ronda Dawson to register for another Early College Class. email@example.com
NKU Specific: due August 21, 2017.
Paper bills will not be sent home. Please check the Biller Direct tab on your myNKU account for your current billing statement. Bills will also be sent to your NKU email account. To view/pay your tuition online, please go to http://mynku.nku.edu. 1. Login with your NKU USERNAME and PASSWORD. 2. Click the “Biller Direct” Tab. 3. Click “Pay Your Bill” to pay bill by credit card or electronic check. To mail in your tuition, please mail a check with your student’s student account number (on registration guide) to: Northern Kentucky University Student Account Services AC 235 Nunn Drive Highland Heights, KY 41099. Be sure to include your name and your SSN number or Student Account Number on the check for identification purposes. If you need your Student Account Number, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Gateway : Students will receive emails regarding payment information. Log into your Gateway account for more information.
Thomas More: You will receive paper bills from Thomas More this fall.
Class withdraw process:
Dropping and Adding Classes
If you find it necessary to drop a class (or all your classes), you must use a Drop form. Failure to do so will result in an E (failing) grade for the course(s) in question.
How to drop classes
You should drop classes by completely filing out the online drop form.
1. Provide your name and KCTCS student ID number (or birthdate).
2. Provide your KCTCS email address.
3. Select Drop Request from the drop down menu under Form Type.
4. Under Drop Information, provide the class number and the catalog number for each class being dropped (for example, 12345 ENG 101). Also, indicate if the request is to drop all classes and why the classes are being dropped.
5. Answer the final question.
6. Hit the Submit button.
Make sure to check your KCTCS email after you have submitted your drop form. You will receive a response email letting you know if your class has been dropped or if we need permission from anyone before we can drop it.
Starting fall 2014, drop requests will not require permission unless it is after mid-term. After mid-term, the instructors permission for all classes being dropped will be required. (Check the academic calendar for these dates.) Email permission is acceptable and should be sent to email@example.com.
After mid-term, no drop request will be processed without the required permissions. Make sure to check the academic calendar to see when the drop periods are for your class(es). A copy of your drop request will be sent to your advisor.
If you have self-enrollment access, you can add classes during the add period of each session. If you do not have self-enrollment access, you will need to see your advisor. Check the academic calendar for the drop/add dates. After the add period, division chair approval is required to add a class.
If you are taking online classes through another KCTCS college, you may find they are not on the same academic calendar as Gateway. You will need to check with the delivering college before dropping or adding a class.
Important Dates for campus closings:
September 4 Holiday - no classes
October 9 - 10 Fall Break - no classes
November 22 College Open - no classes
Nov 23 - 25 Holiday Weekend - no classes
January 15 Holiday - no classes
February 19 Holiday - no classes
March 5 - 11 Spring Break - no classes
March 29 Planning Day - no classes
March 30 - April 1 Holiday Weekend - no classes
Inclement Weather Plan:
It is the policy of the college to be open for normal business unless the weather situation has a serious impact on the normal transportation systems in the region. During these types of inclement weather situations, the following procedures and notifications will be used.
It is the college president/CEO’s responsibility (or that of the acting president) to determine the college’s operating status during inclement weather. The college will adhere to one of the following declarations:
Additional announcements will be placed on the college’s website, www.Gateway.KCTCS.eduand Facebook, www.facebook.com\GatewayCTC. Finally, a SNAP message will be sent to all GCTC employees and students, so it is very important that you are signed up to receive SNAP messages on your cell devices. In those situations when the college has been open and inclement weather occurs during the day, the same notification procedures will be used.
If there is inclement weather and no announcement is made, one should assume that the college is open at normal operating hours. Please note that the college does not announce that it is operating on normal scheduled hours.
All locations and campuses of the college will operate according to the announced schedule.
Employees and students are asked to arrive on campus no earlier than 30 minutes prior to the opening of the college. For example, if the college is on a two-hour delay and will open at 10 a.m. instead of 8 a.m., employees and students should not arrive before 9:30 a.m. so that the college crews can clear the snow. Your cooperation is greatly appreciated.
A final word of caution: in any inclement weather situation, it is up to the individual employee or student as to whether conditions permit safe travel. It is impossible to accurately assess the road and weather conditions across the Tri-State area, Greater Cincinnati, and Northern Kentucky regions. Some areas may experience severe weather conditions while other areas are less affected. The ultimate decision on travel rests with the individual. However, if you are not able to come to work or attend classes when the college is open, it is your responsibility to notify your supervisor (or instructor) of the absence in a timely manner. Please consult your course syllabus or employment guidelines for more information.
Northern Kentucky University Schedule:
Fall Break is 10/16/2017-10/17/2017
Final Examinations are the week of 12/09/2017 -
Thanksgiving Break 11/22/2017 - 11/24/2017
Thomas More College Schedule: Mid term break is 10/05/2017 and 10/07/2017
Last Day of Class for winter break is 12/15/2017
Holly Duke M/W & Eric Robinson T/TH HIS 114 Thomas More College
NKU and Gateway professors TBA
SNOW DAY POLICY:
If the school district is closed, the Early College Classes will still be offered. Students will need to provide their own transportation on these days.
Gateway withdrawal policy will be coming soon.
NKU withdrawal policy: All withdraws from classes need to be requested by guidance counselor.. Three points of withdraw for Fall of 2017: These dates are August 28th, with 100% refund; September 11th, with 50% refund; and last drop to course with a grade of W, October 30th.
TMC withdrawal policy: Communication with Thomas More about dropping the course is requested.