In some cases, students wishing to re-enter may be required to appeal for readmission. This appeal must be approved by an appeals committee comprised of faculty and/or staff as deemed appropriate by the College.
Re-entering students may be required to complete competency testing to determine their ability level before being approved for re-entry. Students may be required to repeat previous modules or courses for which they received credit if they cannot demonstrate competency. These repeated modules or courses may not be eligible for Title IV funding. All current and prior coursework will be counted towards the maximum timeframe of the program. The ability to re-enter the College is on a seat availability basis.
- Students who drop voluntarily and who wish to re-enter may initiate the process with an admissions representative.
- Admissions will coordinate the re-entry process for the student.
- Financial Aid Office will review and approve/deny the re-entry to ensure that any financial aid issues are resolved.
- Student Resource Center will review and approve/deny to confirm that any payment plans are current or need revision.
- The Director of Education or Program Director, without consultation or approval of an appeals committee, will review and approve the re-entry ensuring:
- The student has no conduct or behavioral issues which will impede campus operations, security, or externship or clinical placement.
- There is seat availability to accommodate the student’s re-entry into the next module or course.
- The student participates in academic advisement with the Program Director if there are issues with grades or attendance.
- Students in good standing who drop due to scheduling or availability of a course or module or session change need only the signature of the Director of Education to approve the re-entry.
- Applicants admitted as “Alternate Students” that are cancelled because class capacity has been met may re-enter without additional requirements when they are offered a seat in the next available class within one year of time of admission. Beyond one year, “Alternate Students” may be required to complete a health examination, background check, and/or drug screening.