Conditional Admission Status

Undergraduate and graduate applicants who do not meet all of the admission criteria may be granted Condi­tional Admission Status.

Undergraduate students admitted under conditional admission status will remain conditional for two (2) consecutive semesters. During each semester, the following requirements must be met:

  • Enroll in their first semester and successfully complete General Education course Strategies for Success (GEN 101);
    • Only students in online programs are eligible for the online section of Strategies for Success (GEN 101).
  • Students are only allowed to take a maximum of 15 credit hours each semester;
  • Students needing to enroll in BI 211 Anatomy, BI 222 Anatomy/Physiology, BI 210  Microbiology, CH 110 Chemistry or BI 213 Physiology may only enroll in one course per semester;
  • Students will be enrolled in the recitation course corresponding to the science course in which they are enrolled (listed in previous bullet). Additional fees will apply. Recitation courses include: BI 210.RS, BI 211.RS, BI 213.RS and CH 110.RS.
  • Earn at least a 2.0 Cumulative grade point average; and
  • Will not have received any of the following end-of-the-semester course grades: “D,” “F,” “NP,” “WF” or “I” grades.

The Registrar will track and review all conditionally admitted under­graduate students at the end of each semester of conditional status. The program director and Registrar will review and determine if they may continue as fully admitted students. Upon evaluation by the program director at the end of the second semester the student on conditional status my be removed from conditional status or undergraduate students who do not meet requirements will be dismissed from the program of study.

Graduate students admitted under conditional admission status must meet the following requirements:

  • Complete at least six hours of credit;
  • Earn a 3.0 cumulative grade point average; and
  • Will not have received any of the following end-of-the-semester course grades: “C,” “D,” “F,” “NP,” “WF” or “I” grades.

The Registrar will track all conditionally admitted graduate students at the end of each semester of conditional status. The Program Director and Registrar will review and determine if they may continue as fully admitted students. At the discretion of the Program Director, a Graduate students who does not meet the requirements may be dismissed from the program of study. Upon evaluation by the progrm director at the end of the second semester the student on conditional status may be removed from conditional status or students who do not meet requirmeents will be dismissed from the program of study.

Doctoral students will not be admitted conditionally.

The above conditions may result in a change in the anticipated graduation date for a conditionally admitted student. Meeting the above conditions may affect the length of a student’s program. Concerns should be directed to the Admissions office or academic advisor prior to a conditionally admitted student reserving a spot in their academic program.