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June 27, 2017

27 June, 2017

A student enrolled in a college’s early childhood education program, but was unable to attend. She did inform the college, but because she missed the deadline to withdraw from the course.

A student enrolled in a college’s early childhood education program, but was unable to attend. She did inform the college, but because she missed the deadline to withdraw from the course, she received a grade of zero and was asked to pay $1,400 in outstanding program fees. Our review determined that there had been miscommunication between the student and college administrators. As a result of our intervention, she was issued a refund of the outstanding fees and the zero grade was removed from her transcript.