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Below are the types of exceptions the college may consider. Please mark ONE category most
appropriate for your circumstance:
Provide appropriate documentation as described in the Exception Requirements
Medical: Incapacitating injury or illness to yourself or of an immediate family member
(spouse, son, daughter, foster child, grandchild, sister, brother, father, mother,
grandparent, guardian, or ward).
Exception Requirements: A statement from a healthcare provider is appropriate
medical documentation if it is written on a doctor’s letterhead, if it includes
the recuperation timeline, and if it explicitly addresses the ways in which the
illness impacted your ability to perform normal academic tasks. No medical
records will be accepted.
Death: A death of an immediate family member (spouse, son, daughter, foster child,
grandchild, sister, brother, father, mother, grandparent, guardian, or ward).
Exception Requirements: Death in the immediate family must be veried by
an obituary notice, a memorial folder, or any other documentation showing
your relationship to the deceased individual.
Military Services: Orders to report for active duty.
Exception Requirements: A copy of written military orders must be submitted.
Hardship: A signicant and unanticipated personal emergency/circumstance beyond the
control of the petitioner.
Exception Requirements: Documentation specifying the date of the personal
emergency or circumstance with sufcient details to support the PED. Provide
By submitting this PED, one of the following may occur: reimbursement of tuition/refundable fees
Be sure to include specic class information, otherwise it’s assumed all classes are included in your