Re-entry or Readmission

After withdrawal or administrative withdrawal

Requirements

Re-Entry or Readmission Policy

Students who have withdrawn or have been administratively withdrawn from the College and wish to return must follow College readmission, or re-entry procedures. Students who have withdrawn or have been administratively withdrawn from the College will have all prior ACE coursework re-evaluated for determination of relevancy and must meet current course grade requirements.

Re-entry within 183 calendar days (six months) from an initial Withdrawal or Administrative Withdrawal date

  1. Applicants must apply for re-entry.
  2. If approved for re-entry, the student will re-enter under the catalog, and tuition in effect when they initially withdrew or were withdrawn, if they have completed at least 50% of their academic program.

Exceptions: Students who have completed 50% or more of the quarter credit hour version of their degree program, will have the opportunity to re-enter under the catalog and tuition to which they were held when they initially withdrew or were withdrawn from the college, if their re-entry request is submitted by June 23, 2014.

Readmission after 183 calendar days (six months) from an Initial Withdrawal or Administrative Withdrawal date

  1. Applicants who have withdrawn or have administratively withdrawn from the College for more than 183 calendar days (six months), must reapply for admission.
  2. Applicants will be charged the application fee. Applicants for re-admission will have all prior coursework (original transcript submissions, and their ACE transcript) re-evaluated by the Office of Admissions. If the student has a previous Satisfactory Academic Progress status, the Office of Academic Excellence will be consulted for determination of relevancy of prior coursework, and ongoing student academic support. It may be necessary for students to re-take ACE courses if the previous courses no longer meet current program objectives or do not meet current course grade requirements.
  3. If approved for re-admission, applicants will return to the College under the Catalog and tuition effect at the time of the return.
  4. For applicants who were dismissed due to Satisfactory Academic Progress (SAP):
  1. In addition to the forms listed above, applicants must submit a Satisfactory Academic Progress Appeal form to be reviewed by the Department Chair.
  2. If approved for re-admission by the Department Chair, applicants will return to the College under the catalog and tuition in effect at the time of the return, and will be held responsible for any changes to program requirements, courses, or tuition that may have occurred while the student was away from ACE.
  3. Applicants will be re-admitted on the SAP status in effect at the time of the administrative withdrawal from the College and must fulfill the SAP requirements for continued enrollment as outlined in the Satisfactory Academic Progress policy.
  4. If approved for re-admission, the Department Chair may stipulate other conditions of reinstatement

PROCEDURES

Re-entry Procedures within 183 business days (six months) from an initial withdrawal or administrative withdrawal date.

  1. Applicants must complete a re-entry form to the Office of Admission.
  2. The form will be reviewed by the Admission Office for of re-entry decision. The Registrar will advise the student about the availability of courses.
  3. If the student’s qualifications for re-entry or readmission are not clear, The Department Chair will make a decision on the student’s re-entry if there are questions by the processing office. If a decision cannot be reached, or the student appeals the decision, the Academic Dean will make the final decision.
  4. The former student applicant will be notified in writing of the decision for re-entry.

Readmission Procedures after 183 days (six months) from Withdrawal or Administrative Withdrawal date

  1. Applicants must complete all admissions forms, enrollment and/or any other required documents.
  2. Applicants may be asked to submit any additional required documentation even if previously submitted.
  3. If the student’s qualifications for re-admission are not clear, The Department Chair will make a decision on the student’s re-entry if there are questions by the processing office. If a decision cannot be reached, or the student appeals the decision, the Academic Dean will make the final decision.
  4. The former student applicant will be notified in writing of the decision for re-admission.

APPEAL PROCESS

Students have the right to appeal the Re-Entry or Re-admission decisions through a written appeal. Appeals will be submitted to the Department Chair for a decision. If the student pursues further appeal beyond the Department Chair, the student must submit an appeal to the Academic Dean, whose decision is final.