Re-Enrollment

Re-enrollment from Good Standing

The University recognizes that a student's progress toward an undergraduate degree may be interrupted for a variety of reasons. A student who was once admitted or enrolled as a degree candidate and wants to resume study is required to apply for re-enrollment consideration. Re-enrollment is appropriate for students who:

  • withdrew from the University;
  • interrupted continuous degree enrollment during fall/spring semester;
  • were dismissed or suspended for non-academic reasons;
  • invalidated a leave of absence;
  • plan to return for a second associate or baccalaureate degree;
  • plan to return for graduation;
  • voluntarily changed your enrollment status to nondegree.

To apply for re-enrollment, students should visit the Office of the University Registrar website to complete and submit the Undergraduate Re-Enrollment Form. Students who left in good standing and who are re-enrolling in their previous major (providing the major is not controlled) will be approved to re-enroll. Every re-enrollment request will be reviewed and a decision letter will be sent to the student.

The deadline to submit a re-enrollment application for a given semester is 5:00 p.m. on the Friday before the first day of classes of that semester.

MORE INFORMATION ABOUT RE-ENROLLMENT

READ SENATE POLICY 58-00: RE-ENROLLMENT FROM GOOD STANDING

Re-enrollment from Warning, Suspension, and Dismissal

Students who withdrew or left the University who were not in good standing, as a result of either academic or nonacademic warning, suspension, or dismissal, may request re-enrollment to the University. Action for approval or denial of a request for re-enrollment is covered under one of the following cases:

  1. If the student is requesting re-enrollment when last enrolled the student’s cumulative grade point average was less than 2.00 or higher, depending on program requirements*, then to be considered for re-enrollment, students must submit an academic recovery plan and a statement from an academic adviser.
    1. If re-enrollment is approved, the student will remain in academic warning status. Colleges may request the Registrar’s Office to place a registration hold after the re-enrollment request has been approved to ensure that proper advising occurs. A registration hold will prevent the student from registering for courses but will not impede the re-enrollment process.
    2. If a student is not approved to re-enroll into the requested program, the student may apply for re-enrollment into a different program.
  2. If the student is requesting re-enrollment following dismissal or suspension from the University for nonacademic reasons, the student must cleared for re-enrollment by the director of the Office of Student Conduct.

READ SENATE POLICY 58-80:RE-ENROLLMENT FROM WARNING, SUSPENSION, AND DISMISSAL