Readmission

Academic Suspension

Students who have been suspended from a curriculum program for academic reasons may request readmission. The request should be in writing to the Retention and Career Services Specialist and at least one month prior to the semester in which they wish to seek readmission. Restrictions may be imposed. Failure to meet the restrictions may result in the student's dismissal. If readmission is denied, the student may appeal using the Student Grievance Policy (Due Process) procedures beginning with the Vice President for Student Services. (See Student Grievance Policy (Due Process) for additional information)

Disciplinary Suspension

Students who have been suspended from the College for disciplinary reasons may request readmission after the suspension has ended. The request should be in writing to the Vice President for Student Services and at least one month prior to the semester in which they wish to seek readmission. The Vice President for Student Services hears and decides the request. Restrictions may be imposed. Failure to meet the restrictions may result in suspension or expulsion. If readmission is denied, the student may appeal in writing to the president within 5 working days of the date of the notification letter. (See Student Grievance Policy (Due Process) for additional information)

Expulsion

Students who have been expelled may request readmission to the college. The request should be in writing to the president at least one month prior to the semester in which they wish to seek readmission. The president hears and decides the request. Restrictions may be imposed and failure to meet the restrictions may result in the student’s expulsion. The president’s decision is final.