- Must meet all program admission requirements; be selected for program admission, and complete all enrollment requirements.
- Submit a written request for transfer, explaining their rationale.
- Submit a letter of recommendation from the dean/director of the previous nursing program verifying the student is in good standing and eligible to return, or continue enrollment in nursing courses.
- Submit all official transcripts, course syllabi and clinical evaluation tools for nursing courses completed in the prior nursing program.
- Should understand that nursing courses from other nationally-accredited programs will be evaluated for transfer on an individual basis and if transferred, all nursing courses must be completed with three years of initial enrollment in nursing courses.
- Must submit readmission request forms to the Director of Nursing Admissions by specified deadlines and must meet program admission, enrollment, and continuation requirements.
- Must be able to complete nursing course work within 150% in the defined program length.
- Will be considered for readmission status only once if unable to progress academically in the program. When repeating a course, all course prerequisites and requirements must be fulfilled.
- May be required to submit evidence of remediation, counseling, or other activities in an effort to enhance academic success.
- Must be recommended by consensus of the faculty if dismissed from the program due to unsatisfactory clinical performance or academic misconduct.
- Should understand that program requirements may change and if re-admitted, the student must meet the requirements in effect at the time of their re-admission.
- Should understand that readmission is not guaranteed and if the number of readmission requests exceeds available space, applicants will be evaluated for readmission according to the program's readmission evaluation criteria.