Students dismissed or suspended from the College because of administrative action, absenteeism, or academic reasons may apply to reenter the College at the beginning of any quarter following the dismissal or suspension period.
Students who do not enroll for two consecutive quarters must re-apply.
Upon re-admittance, the student must complete the current program curriculum in effect at the time in order to graduate. If, under the a new curriculum, there has been an increase in the number of hours or competencies for a course(s) that the student completed when previously enrolled, the student must re-take the course(s).
Students who need to re-enter the College must submit a new application through Student Services.
New students will be given admission priority to competitive admission programs over admission of a student who has been suspended. In addition, students who do not meet the program specific academic requirements as indicated in the catalog may not be readmitted.
Students desiring to re-enter a competitive admission allied health program must follow the program policy for readmission.
For more information regarding this process, please contact the program director or dean.