Whether your goal is to enhance your education, improve your employability and your life, or simply to study for the enjoyment of learning something new, Clinton Community College’s Center for Community & Workforce Development is your partner in education!
When you partner with CCWD, your company will benefit from training that is local, accessible, cost effective, and delivered how you want it, when you need it.
Attendance Requirement - Regular attendance is considered essential for successful study and is expected at all lecture and laboratory periods for which the student is registered.
If, for some unavoidable reason, a student should miss a class, it is the student's responsibility to contact the instructor as soon as possible to determine what measures can be taken to make up the missed work to maintain the continuity of the course. However, the instructor is not obligated to give make-up work, quizzes, examinations or extended due dates for work because of student absence.
When a student misses more than 15 percent of the class meetings for a particular course, his or her absence will be considered excessive. Excessive absence may result in a student being involuntarily withdrawn from the course by the Instructor and will be unable to sit for the state exam.