A new admission application is required of students whose studies were interrupted for more than three years.
Students are expected to meet the requirements of the program curriculum current at the time of the approved readmission term. If the program into which the student is seeking readmission is no longer offered, the student may apply to another program and must meet the admissions requirements for that program.
If readmitted, College of Professional Studies and transfer credits that a student was previously awarded will be reevaluated. The seven-year time limit on science and technology courses may have expired. It is at the discretion of the academic program to determine applicability of courses previously completed.
For students whose studies were voluntarily interrupted, once they have reapplied, their application should be vetted by the academic advising team and the appropriate lead faculty.
For students who were academically dismissed over three years ago, once they have reapplied, their application should be vetted by the associate dean of undergraduate academics and the appropriate lead faculty. If readmitted, the student needs to develop an academic plan and have monthly meetings with their advisor to monitor progress.