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Reinstatement Policy
 

Students who have previously attended Southampton Graduate Campus and completed twelve or more credits at another school, must apply for Readmission through the Admissions Office.

Students in good academic standing

...(overall grade point average at least a 2.0 and a major grade point average of 2.25) who have officially withdrawn or have not attended Southampton Graduate Campus for at least one semester must complete an Application for Reinstatement, available in the Enrollment Services Office. Students must return the completed form to Enrollment Services for clearance by the Bursar and the Associate Dean of Students.

Students not in good academic standing

...(left the College on probation - overall grade point average is less than a 2.0 and a major grade point average less than a 2.25) who have officially withdrawn or have not attended the College for at least one semester must complete an Application for Reinstatement. Applications for Reinstatement must show solid evidence of academic success or increased academic potential based on activities in which the students have engaged since leaving Southampton (e.g., successful completion of courses at another institution, or a letter or recommendation from an employer).

Students in this category who wish to resume study must

  • Complete the Reinstatement Application and receive clearance from the Bursar and Associate Dean of Students.
  • Provide evidence of likelihood of success.
  • Make an appointment with Director of Advising for application review, registration and advisor assignment.

Students who wish to resume study after academic dismissal

...must petition the Academic Standards Committee for Reinstatement to the college and file an Application for Reinstatement (both forms are available in the Enrollment Services Office). Academically disqualified students who have not petitioned for immediate reinstatement, or whose petitions for reinstatement have been denied, may apply at a later date for Reinstatement to Southampton. These applications will not be considered until one full semester has elapsed since disqualification. Applications for Reinstatement must show solid evidence of academic success or increased academic potential based on activities in which the students have engaged since disqualification (e.g., successful completion of courses at another institution). Applications for Reinstatement of academically disqualified students must have a positive recommendation from the Academic Standards Committee and the approval of the Dean for Academic Affairs. Academically disqualified students may not register for, or take, any courses at Southampton Graduate Campus or any other campus of Long Island University during any academic session or during any special session following disqualification unless reinstated to Southampton. The College reserves the right not to reinstate students who have been dismissed for academic reasons.

Students in this category who wish to resume study must:

  • Petition Academic Standards for Reinstatement
  • Provide evidence of likelihood of success
  • Have the approval of the Academic Standards Committee and the Academic Dean
  • Complete the Reinstatement Application with required clearance (Bursar, Associate Dean of Students, Director of Advising and Academic Dean)

All students who resume study are subject to College programs and policies in effect at the time of resumption of study. Policies are subject to change.

 
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