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Below are the types of exceptions the college may consider. Please mark ONE category most
appropriate for your circumstance. Only one exception category will be considered by the
Provide appropriate documentation as described in the Exception Requirements
Medical: A signiﬁcant and unanticipated incapacitating injury or illness to yourself
or an immediate family member. An immediate family member is deﬁned
as a spouse, child, foster child, grandchild, sibling, parent, grandparent,
guardian, or ward.
Exception Requirements: A statement from a healthcare provider which
must: be written on a doctor’s letterhead; include the speciﬁc timeline
(eg, when treatment began/ended, duration of hospitalization, and/or
recuperation period); and explicitly address the impact on your ability to
perform normal academic tasks. No medical records will be accepted.
Death: A death of an immediate family member. An immediate family member
is deﬁned as a spouse, child, foster child, grandchild, sibling, parent,
grandparent, guardian, or ward.
Exception Requirements: An obituary notice, memorial folder, or any other
documentation showing your relationship to the deceased individual.
Military Service: Orders to report for unanticipated active duty.
Exception Requirements: A copy of written military orders must be
Hardship: A signiﬁcant and unanticipated personal emergency or circumstance
beyond the control of the petitioner.
Exception Requirements: Documentation specifying the date of the
personal emergency or circumstance with sucient details to support the
PED. Provide supporting evidence.
By submitting this PED, one of the following may occur: reimbursement of tuition/refundable
fees and/or withdrawal.
If speciﬁc class information is not included, it will be assumed all classes are included in your