Students seeking readmission to the college must contact the Office of Academic Services and Enrollment Analytics for current procedures. Students who have been officially dismissed from the college for academic reasons and who have not been offered readmission by the academic appeals committee, or students who have been dismissed for any reason other than academics, are not eligible for readmission consideration until one year from the date of dismissal.
Students who have previously withdrawn or who have previously been academically dismissed who are seeking readmission to the program will have their appeal requests reviewed by the Academic Appeals Committee. The decision of the Academic Appeals Committee for these students is final.
Students previously dismissed for reasons other than academics who are applying for readmission will have their request considered by the dean. The decision of the dean for these students is final.
All students who have been readmitted with outstanding failures on their record must successfully complete the repeated courses or rotations in order to be removed from academic probation.
Students readmitted with failures on their transcript are:
- Placed on academic probation with a notation being made on their transcript.
- On academic probation until outstanding failures have been satisfactory resolved.
- Subject to academic dismissal without the right to appeal if any course or rotation is failed while on academic probation.
Any student who has been dismissed (academically or otherwise) two times from the college is summarily dismissed without the right to appeal and is not eligible for readmission consideration at any time.
Please see the Academic and Summary Dismissals policy, as well as the Academic Appeals Committee policy, in the policies section of the College of Podiatric Medicine page in the University Catalog.