Returning from Withdrawal of the Term

If students are passing all nursing coursework with a B (3.0) or better at the time of their withdrawal, they will be allowed to reapply to the School of Nursing and request permission to reenroll in the courses they were taking when they withdrew. If readmission is granted, the student will reenter the nursing program on a space-available basis. However, priority placement will be given to students who have been granted a leave of absence. If progression is delayed for more than one (1) semester, If progression is delayed for more than one (1) semester, students will need to demonstrate continued competency as outlined above under “returning from leave”.

To return to the University after a withdrawal of the term, students need to fill out the Re-entry Application and write a statement of good character to Student Financial Services. If the withdrawal was for longer than one semester the student is required to enroll in a 1 credit skills refresher course, Independent Study Nursing Skills Refresher and show knowledge of the curriculum using a simulated patient experience.