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Undergraduate Re-Admission to Rosemont

Returning Students

Any traditional undergraduate returning student, regardless of length of time away from Rosemont, and who was not dismissed by Academic Standards policy, should fill out the one page Undergaduate Returning Student form by Clicking Here. If the student has attended another college or university in the interim, a copy of that transcript should be attached.  These two documents should be sent to Undergraduate Academic Dean’s office.  The Dean will make a decision after reviewing the student’s file and checking with Student Accounts to see if there is an outstanding balance.  Student cannot readmit until any outstanding balance is paid in full. The student will be informed by letter and email (a valid email address is required).

 

Appeal to the Academic Standards Committee

If the student was dismissed by Academic Standards, he/she must appeal to Academic Standards Committee, which meets in mid-May and mid- December.  This appeal should include a letter requesting readmission, why a second chance is warranted and what has been done since the student was last in attendance at Rosemont. If the student has taken courses elsewhere a transcript should be attached.  Student must also work with SASC (Student Academic Support Center) to complete an Academic Action Plan, which must be submitted with the Appeal Letter to the Undergraduate Academic Dean’s office for Academic Standards Committee review.  Once all documentation has been received in the Academic Dean’s Office, the Committee will deliberate on behalf of student’s intention to return and provide a decision in writing in a timely manner.  Please note that the Committee will not make any considerations without all documentation.  This includes any transcripts.   Dean will check with Student Accounts and any outstanding balance is to be paid in full prior to approval for readmittance. The Committee's decision will be announced to the student by letter and email (a valid email address is required).