Students who have withdrawn either voluntarily or involuntarily and who wish to return to the College into the same program of study that they withdrew from must contact the Registrar’s Office. If the withdrawal was for any reason other than failure to maintain Satisfactory Academic Progress (SAP), two course failures (associate and bachelor’s degree programs), or violation of the Student Code of Conduct, students may submit a letter of intent to return. The letter of intent must include the reason(s) that led to the withdrawal and changes that have occurred that will permit the student to be successful in the program. Students may re-enter a maximum of three times after withdrawal prior to graduation from a program. Once the letter of intent to return has been received students will work through the re-entry process with their Program Administrator and the Office of the Registrar to complete the necessary paperwork.


If students were withdrawn due to failure to maintain SAP, two course failures (associate and bachelor’s degree programs), or violation of the Student Code of Conduct, they must submit an appeal form for re-entry into their program (Please consult the Appeals Policy.) The student will be subject to the current version of their program, current, tuition and fee rates, and will be required to make satisfactory financial arrangements with the Financial Aid Department prior to re-entry. It also must be mathematically possible for the student to meet 38 Satisfactory Academic Progress over the course of the next payment period. Re-entering students will be subject to current institutional and programmatic admissions policies and will be responsible for reading and understanding the current College Catalog, course syllabi, and all other applicable documents where policy is outlined. All students withdrawn as a result of not meeting Satisfactory Academic Progress (SAP) are ineligible for Title IV aid and must pay for educational expenses by other means.