Teaching Site Information
Click below for information specific to Adult Learner and Dual Enrollment Teaching Sites at Davis College.
Adult learner students should view the information in the Adult Learner Students tab below. High school dual enrollment teaching site students should view the information in the Dual Enrollment Students tab below.
Students enrolling in courses at one of these locations for the first time must apply for admission. More information about the admissions and the link to the application can be found here: www.davisny.edu/applynow.
Continuing students at these locations should complete the registration form below:Adult Learner Teaching Site Registration Form
Please see the additional information below about billing, adding or dropping courses, grades, and more.
Davis College has high school dual enrollment teaching site locations at Mekeel Christian Academy, Loudonville Christian School, Redeeming Mondays, and Smithtown Christian School.
Dual enrollment teaching site students should register for courses by completing the Registration Form below.Dual Enrollment Teaching Site Registration Form
Payment is expected at the time of registration. Checks and money orders should be made payable to Davis College and can be mailed to:
Attn: Business Office
400 Riverside Drive
Johnson City, NY 13790
Students with unique financial situations should contact the Davis College Business Office directly for specific payment details (529 payments, international students, etc.): (607) 729-1581 x.304, firstname.lastname@example.org
Check the refund policy to find out if you will be eligible for a refund on any dropped courses. Please review the policy below for adding and dropping courses after the course has already begun:
Students may add or drop courses after registration has been finalized. This must be done by completing and submitting the appropriate form. The date of the drop/withdrawal is the date that the official drop form, complete with required signatures, is returned to the Office of Academic Affairs. Failure to attend class does not exempt students from tuition charges, and reimbursements will be based on the official withdrawal date on the form according to the schedule found under “Refund Policy” in the “Finances and Student Accounts” section of the Davis College Catalog.
Unofficial withdrawals will result in an “F” on the student’s transcript. A “VWD” grade will be noted on the student’s transcript for any course dropped during the first three weeks of the semester as published on the academic schedule for the last day to drop a course with a “W.” Grades of “VWP” (Voluntary Withdrawal – Passing) or “VWF” (Voluntary Withdrawal – Failing) will be noted on the student’s transcript for any course dropped from the fourth to tenth week as published on the academic schedule for the last day to drop a course with a “WP” or “WF.” The last day of the tenth week of the semester is the last day that a student may officially withdraw from a course.
Students enrolled in a course through Davis Online Learning (DOL) are expected to follow the Davis Online Learning (DOL) Participation Policy. A “VWD” grade will be noted on the student’s transcript for any course dropped by the tenth day of the DOL course. Grades of “VWP” (Voluntary Withdrawal – Passing) or “VWF” (Voluntary Withdrawal – Failing) will be noted on the student’s transcript for any course dropped by the last day of Week 3 within the course. The last day of Week 3 within the course is the last day that a student may officially withdraw from a course. Non-participation for 21 consecutive days results in a failing grade for non-participation.
Faculty will be notified of students who have officially dropped courses. Faculty are responsible for reporting students to the Office of Academic Affairs who are enrolled in a course but not attending. It should never be assumed that a student has dropped a course because he or she is not in attendance or has claimed to have dropped a course. Only students officially withdrawn should receive a “W” grade at the end of the semester. All others who fail to meet the course requirements should receive an “F” grade.
The last day to add or drop a course is published with each current semester schedule. Requests to add a course after the final “add” date has passed will not be approved.
Check the refund policy to find out if you will be eligible for a refund on any dropped courses.
|Semester Breakdown||Refund Amount|
|Week 5 or later||0%|
|Before the course begins||100%|
|Week 3 or later||0%|
Maryland students click here for the Refund Policy for Maryland residents.
Official copies of transcripts can be requested through the Davis College website: https://davisny.thankyou4caring.org/transcript-request-page. Please note that transcripts will not be released if you have an unpaid bill.