Because it is a major life change you should be able to ask your teachers for an incomplete. This will give you time to do any work they give you and then you can schedule with them to take tests and finals you miss. I had to do this when my dad died.
Thanks! I'll try that, I just don't want to fall behind a semester
If you want to drop classes, make sure you talk to an academic advisor or someone like that to get them dropped in a good way instead of just not showing up. If you plan to continue right now, just talk to your professors about what they could do to help you out
No way I can drop, I'm in engineering, and the way the semesters go, the spring classes are only available in spring and same for fall classes, so if I withdrew, I'd have to wait a whole year to get back on track. I'm just worried about how long I'll have to be out of classes, and once I go back, I'm nervous to leave a newborn, I'm hoping my professors will let me bring him to class. Ik at bigger universities moms do that, should be the same for a community college right?
I'm a full time grad student. I finished up my bachelors last semester so I've been in school the whole pregnancy and am 20 days away from my due date and will be in school the whole first year of my baby's life. Totally know how you're feeling
I took online class this semester
I'd take online if they were offered, unfortunately its calculus II chemistry II and statics, none of which can be taken online. I'm struggling as it is, but am determined to make it through because I want the best for my son, but I have a feeling these next two months are going to all but do me in.
And thank all y'all for the suggestions too! I really appreciate everything I hear back!
I never took a newborn to my classes but if my children could not attend daycare for some reason and I had class I took them with me. My teachers and classmates smiled and there were no problems. On one day my sociology professor had something that wasn't child friendly to discuss in class and I was excused without incident.