Important Student Forms
Academic Dishonesty Appeal Form
Per the Academic Honesty Policy, students must bear individual responsibility for their work and uphold the ideal of academic integrity. Any student who attempts to compromise or devalue the academic process will be held accountable for their actions. Faculty may impose outcomes for findings of academic dishonesty that range from a warning without further penalty to failure in the course. A student reserves the right to file an appeal of the decision of his/her/their faculty member.
A written appeal must be submitted to the School Review Committee within five (5) business days from when the student is notified of the decision of the faculty member. All appeals must be submitted using the Academic Dishonesty Appeal Form.
Class Removal Appeal Form
The Classroom Conduct Policy establishes the expectations and required conduct to create an appropriate learning environment that maximizes the educational benefit to all students. In addition, this policy ensures a classroom atmosphere of safety and comfort and clarifies the faculty and students’ expectations of classroom conduct. The college may take action to ensure the integrity of the classroom when a student substantially or repeatedly interferes with the normal operations of a class.
If a faculty member believes a student should be permanently removed from a class due to their disruptive behavior, the student will be invited to a meeting with the faculty member and the respective Department Chair. At this meeting, the student, faculty member and Department Chair will try to unanimously resolve the issue. If a unanimous resolution is not reached, the student will have two (2) business days to appeal his/her/their removal from the class. A written appeal must be submitted using the Class Removal Appeal Form.
Change of Major Form
Matriculated students should select their major/program plan to best suit their educational and career goals and aspirations. If a student’s goals and aspirations alter and students feel they must change their major/program plan, students must meet with their respective advisor to consult about the potential impact this change may have toward their degree completion. Major/program plan changes will be processed only by the Registrar’s Office and are subject to advisor approval.
To learn more about how to change your major/program plan and to access the appropriate form, please click on the link above.
College Report/Dean's Certification Request for Students Transferring to Other Colleges
Students looking to transfer to another college will often be required to submit a College Report from their current institution. These forms are supplied by the institution a student is planning to transfer into. These forms usually request details of a student's conduct/disciplinary record from the institution they currently attending. In some cases it will also request confirmation of grade point average and other academic information. These forms have many different names, depending on the institution they are coming from. Form names can include, but are not limited to: (a) College Report; (b) Dean’s Certification; (c) Dean’s Release; (d) the Common Application’s Transfer College Report; or (e) Transfer Recommendation. To learn how to request Westchester Community College complete these forms, please click on the link above.
Enrollment Verification Forms
Printing Enrollment Verification Letters can be done through student self-service located within your “Student Center” on MyWCC. For more information, click on the link above.
Financial Aid Forms
The Office of Student Financial Assistance may inform you that you are required to submit certain forms for the processing of your financial aid. Many of these forms can be found at the link above.
For more information about financial aid, please visit: www.sunywcc.edu/finaid
Students born on or after January 1, 1957 who wish to register for more than 5 credits in any single semester are required to show proof of immunity to Measles, Mumps and Rubella diseases before registering. All students regardless of age, registering for more than 5 credits must comply with the New York State Immunization Meningococcal Law.
For more information and to download the required form, please visit the link above.
Incident Reporting Forms
Any person may file a report for incidents that include, but are not limited to the following: (1) concerning behavior by an individual; (2) disruptive student behavior in or outside a classroom; (3) sexual violence/sexual misconduct; (4) bias or hate related incidents; (5) academic dishonesty; or (6) other potential violations of the Student Code of Conduct.
Readmission After Disciplinary Suspension Request
Per the Student Code of Conduct, students applying for readmission after being suspended for disciplinary reasons will need to submit their request in writing to the Vice President for Student Access, Involvement and Success. The following form will be used to collect the necessary information the Vice President needs to review.
Refund Appeal Forms
(Tuition Refund Appeal Form and Medical Appeal Refund Request Form)
The College’s policies and procedures regarding student refunds, as well as forms to file a Tuition Refund Appeal and a Medical Appeal Refund Request can be found at the link above.
Release of Student Records/Information Form
(FERPA Release Form)
The Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA) is a U.S. Federal law that protects the privacy of student education records. However, a student can grant the college permission to disclose education record information to a specified person(s) by completing the FERPA Release Form. Forms completed in their entirety must also be notarized by a Notary Public. The notarized, completed form can be submitted to the Registrar’s Office in Administration Building 107. This form must be renewed on a yearly basis if the student wants disclosure permission to remain for any specified party.
For more information about FERPA and to access the form, please click on the link above.
The Westchester Community College Foundation offers a variety of scholarships available to new, current, and transferring students. To learn more about available scholarships, application process, and to access the online application form please click on the link above.
Student Conduct Appeal Form
Per Section X of the Student Code of Conduct, an appeal is a process to request the review of the original student conduct outcome. An appeal does not rehear a student conduct case, but rather, determines if the conclusion reached in the original case is valid based on substantiation of: a procedural error, new evidence, or the severity of the sanction. For complete and official information about the appeal process, please refer to the Student Code of Conduct.
Official transcripts come in an envelope and are sealed with an official college stamp. Employers and institutions that request official transcripts require that seal to be intact upon receipt, so be sure not to open them. Copies of official transcripts can be obtained in three ways: (1) online; (2) in-person; or (3) by mail. To learn more about the necessary processes and forms required, click on the form above.