Checking a Student's Pre-Requisite or Co-requisite Documentation for Your Class
Ask that students bring one of the following forms of documentation to you during the first few days of class to verify that they meet prerequisites for your course:
- Assessment Placement Results (The report is from the Assessment Center, verifying that the student has tested at the course placement level appropriate for this course.) OR
- Transcripts showing that the student has taken the required course(s) at CRC, another community college or at a four-year college/university. (Students can print unofficial transcripts at the Admissions and Records Office.) OR
- A "Pre-Requisite Verification" or a "Multiple Criteria Course Placement" form signed by a CRC counselor, verifying the review of transcripts, assessment scores, and/or advanced placement tests that ensure the students has the required skill level to take your course.
If a student cannot provide one of these documents, you must drop him/her from your class. The student may challenge the prerequisite requirement through your division or the counseling office by completing the "Prerequisite Challenge" or the "Student Petition" form. Allow the student to attend class during the challenge process period.