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This policy establishes the process for students seeking to be readmitted to Columbia College. Scope This policy applies to students seeking to be readmitted to Columbia College. There is no fee for readmission. Applicants will be held to the same priority processing deadlines as all new student applicants.
Application deadlines will be firmly adhered to regardless of status: Readmission to Columbia College is not guaranteed. Official transcripts from each college attended after Columbia College will be required for readmission consideration.
Resubmission of original official transcripts may be required if the absence prior to re-enrollment exceeds five years. Any remaining unsubmitted transcripts or admission documents required during previous Columbia College attendance will be required prior to readmission this includes the requirement to provide official transcripts within 90 days of initial enrollment.
Academic and financial status restrictions are checked upon application review. Applicants will be notified by their campus of readmission decision or pending restrictions. Applicants serving suspension or who are not in good standing may be denied admission until appeal processes have been completed.
Graduate Readmission Students have an overall timeframe of seven years, from the date of admission, to complete the entire program. Catalog policies, procedures, and degree requirements in effect at the time of readmission will govern all decisions regarding subsequent procedures and requirements.
Students have one year, from the date of admission, to enroll in courses. If students do not enroll within one year of admission, or if students are absent from a graduate program for six consecutive sessions or longerthey must submit a new application in order to be readmitted.
Students must be in good academic and financial standing to be readmitted. Supporting documentation transcripts, resume, goal statement, recommendations is good for the entire seven-year program time limit and does not have to be resubmitted unless: The Readmission After Suspension Individuals may apply for readmission to Columbia College following a suspension of one semester.
Application deadlines will be firmly adhered to regardless of status; full-time, part-time or non-degree seeking. To apply for readmission after suspension, individuals must: Complete the undergraduate application for admission. Applicants must write a letter of appeal to the Dean of the student's School or the Director of Student Support for Adult Higher Education Nationwide and Online students requested consideration for readmission.
Applicants must copy the Director of Admissions upon submission. The letter should include an assessment of lack of previous academic progress, an outline of accomplishments since suspension and a specific plan of action for success should readmission be approved.
Request official transcripts be sent directly to the Office of the Registrar from each college attended since leaving Columbia College. Applicants seeking admissions to the Main Campus Day Program who were born after January 1,must submit a completed Columbia College Medical History form and show proof of two vaccinations for measles, mumps and rubella MMR.
Readmission After Dismissal Individuals may apply for readmission to Columbia College following a dismissal of three years. To apply for readmission after dismissal, students must: Applicants must write a letter of appeal to the Dean of the student's School or the Director of Student Support for Adult Higher Education Nationwide and Online students requesting consideration for readmission.
Applicants must copy the Director of Admission upon submission. The letter should include an assessment of lack of previous academic progress, an outline of accomplishments since dismissal and a specific plan of action for success should readmission be approved.
Students who have been permanently dismissed from Columbia College are not eligible for readmission.Mar 25, · Yes, I write this letter as an appeal for my admissions decision for the Fall of , but more so than that, I feel the need to give a dream school of mine at least one more shot.
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Academic Policies and Procedures. All BPCC students are expected to become acquainted with College policies, requirements, procedures, and regulations. Southwest Tennessee Community College is the comprehensive, multicultural, public, open-access college whose mission is to anticipate and respond to the educational needs of students, employers, and communities in Shelby and Fayette counties and the surrounding Mid-South region.
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