Student Record Hold Definitions
Student Record Holds
A hold may be applied to your record at the college for a variety of reasons. It may be as simple as providing us with missing information or verifying your current address. You may need to return materials the college has loaned to you, or you might owe us money. Sometimes an information hold is applied that does not restrict services but simply provides college personnel with necessary information pertinent to your circumstances such as identifying you as part of the tuition payment plan. Once the hold requirements have been satisfied the hold will be inactivated.
The following services may be blocked by holds.
Accounts Receivable - You will not be allowed to pay for the class you have registered for, or your payment options have been restricted. If the hold is not resolved before the payment deadline or you have not provided payment in the method allowed, your classes may be cancelled.
Enrollment Verification - The college will not be able to provide verification of your enrollment for any inquiries including health insurance and student loans.
Grades - Your semester grades will not be made available to you.
Graduation - You will not be allowed to graduate and receive a diploma.
Registration - You cannot register, drop, withdraw or audit courses. Also, you will not be able to obtain a copy of your class schedule.
Transcripts - We cannot issue a transcript to you or anyone else and you cannot view it on the web.