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Students who have been suspended/excluded may request readmission to the college without the normal one semester of non-attendance. Students seeking early reinstatement may request an appointment with the Vice President of Instruction, who will decide the status of readmission to the College. The Vice President of Instruction will consider extenuating circumstances offered by the student, his/her current GPA status, the potential for remediation and/or academic correction, and the recommendation of the student's advisor as the basis of a decision to readmit. Conditional readmission may be granted for one or two semesters at the discretion of the Vice President of Instruction. During each semester of conditional reinstatement, the student is required to achieve a semester GPA of 2.0 or higher on all academic work attempted during the period. The decision of the Vice President of Instruction is final. Students are notified of their academic standing via email at the end of each semester.

Admissions Appeals

The Director of Enrollment Services/Registrar will review all materials submitted by an applicant to make an admission decision. Should a decision be made that is unacceptable to the applicant, an appeal of the decision may be made to the Admissions Committee of the college. The applicant must request an appeal hearing in writing to the Director of Enrollment Services/Registrar. The written request must specify the reason that the decision is unacceptable. In addition, the applicant must specify the facts that should be considered that would justify a different decision by the committee. A majority vote by the Admissions Committee will constitute a final decision. The decision of the committee will be rendered in writing within 48 hours after the committee reaches a decision.

Suspended Students

Students who have been suspended/excluded may request readmission to the college without the normal one semester of non-attendance. Students seeking early reinstatement may request an appointment with the Vice President of Instruction, who will decide the status of readmission to the College. A student's extenuating circumstances, current GPA status, and the potential for remediation and/or academic correction, and the recommendation of the student's advisor as the basis of a decision to readmit. Conditional readmission may be granted for one or two semesters at the discretion of the Vice President of Instruction. During each semester of conditional reinstatement, the student is required to achieve a semester GPA of 2.0 or higher on all academic work attempted during the period. The decision of the Vice President of Instruction is final. Students are notified of their academic standing via email at the end of each semester.