I. Executive Summary
This policy describes how former graduate students suspended for disciplinary reasons may be readmitted to UNC Charlotte.
II. Policy Statement
Readmission is not automatic for graduate students suspended for disciplinary reasons. To be considered for readmission, a graduate student must reapply to the Graduate Admissions Office using the online application. An explanation of the circumstances surrounding any disciplinary suspension must be included in the Campus Safety section of the application for admission. Similarly, the applicant must meet all requirements established by the academic program and/or the University before readmission will be considered. (See the UNC Charlotte Code of Student Responsibility for a more complete discussion of disciplinary suspension.)
- Readmission - Approval of the enrollment or admission of a former student.
IV. Policy Contact(s)
- Authority: Division of Student Affairs
- Responsible Office: Student Conduct and Academic Integrity
- Additional Contact(s): Dean of Students Office, The Graduate School, Office of Legal Affairs
- Established: TBD
- Revised: TBD
VI. Related Policies, Procedures and Resources
- University Policy 406, Code of Student Responsibilty
- Student Conduct and Academic Integrity
- Graduate Admissions
VII. Frequently Asked Questions
- Where is this policy referenced?
The policy is published on the Academic Policies & Procedures webpage of the Provost website and in the Degree Requirements & Academic Policies section of the Graduate Catalog.
- Which students are covered under this policy?
This policy applies to all graduate students at UNC Charlotte.
- How do I apply for readmission?
If you are reapplying for admission in a different term, program, or degree, a new application must be submitted, along with new recommendation letters. Transcripts and test scores can be used from your previous application.