Applying for Readmission
Matriculated students who wish to return to the University after voluntarily withdrawing or being separated from the University for academic or disciplinary reasons must apply for readmission. Students granted readmission are subject to the catalog and graduation requirements in place at the time of readmission.
Readmission does not guarantee on-campus housing or financial aid. Readmitted students requesting on campus housing and/or financial aid must contact the appropriate office for assistance. Readmitted students will be contacted by Eastern’s Advising Center to register for courses.
How are decisions on readmission made?
The Office of Admissions’ decision is based primarily on the student’s record while enrolled at Eastern. In most cases, students in good academic standing (Eastern GPA of 2.0 or higher) with no outstanding financial or administrative obligations to the University are granted readmission .
In general, students requesting readmission who are not in good academic standing (Eastern GPA less than 2.0) are referred to Eastern’s School of Continuing Education to complete course work in non-matriculated status to improve the Eastern cumulative grade point average to good standing. Once the Eastern GPA is in good academic standing, readmission can be granted.
Will credits earned at other colleges apply to my Eastern degree upon my return?
Students who have completed course work at another accredited institution are required to submit an official transcript to the Office of Admissions for transfer credit evaluation. Eastern’s transfer credit policies apply. While credit for courses taken at other accredited institutions may be awarded in transfer, the grades earned at the prior institution do not transfer to Eastern, and therefore do not impact the student’s Eastern GPA. Moreover, grades earned in courses taken at other colleges have no bearing on the decision for readmission to Eastern.
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