Fullerton College: A Pictorial History

These Fullerton College students are arriving for registration in September 1979. In 1978, the NOCCCD Board adopted a revised “W” policy that allowed students to withdraw from a course without affecting the student’s grade point average. The policy shortened the 12-week period to a six-week period that a student could drop a class with a guaranteed “W” and limited a student to one repeat of a course in which the student had received a “W” or “WF” (withdrawal-failing). Previously, there were no limitations on the number of times a course could be repeated.