Withdrawal – Voluntary
Students who decide not to return to the College must formally withdraw their registration. To do so, students should contact the Office of the Dean of Students in the College. Students who decide to return to the College after being withdrawn must apply for readmission. The College is not obliged to approve student readmissions. Students who are readmitted are expected to complete their studies without further interruption.
Withdrawal – Involuntary
Students who fail to return to good standing after a quarter of academic probation will be withdrawn from the College and banned from further registration for at least one year. At the time of withdrawal, students are advised of the conditions under which they may resume their studies in the College. A student who has been withdrawn twice for academic reasons is not eligible to apply for a second readmission.
Students who have exceeded their eight quarters of approved leave, or who failed to meet with one of the College deans of students to formally request the leave, will be withdrawn from the College and must apply for readmission. The College is not obliged to approve student re-admissions. Students who are readmitted are expected to complete their studies without further interruption.
Students may be withdrawn from the College because of financial or administrative restrictions. Restrictions may result from a student’s failure to fulfill financial obligations to the University or to comply with University rules and regulations. Whenever possible, students are warned of an impending restriction and are notified when one has been imposed. In order to resume studies in subsequent quarters, students need to clear the restriction with the administrative or academic office which imposed it. If a student anticipates being unable to clear the restriction in a timely manner, he or she should meet with a dean of students as soon as possible to request an approved leave of absence.