Returning from Leave in Excess of One Year

Returning to the PLU School of Nursing will require reapplication to the nursing program. Readmission is neither guaranteed nor implied. If students are passing all nursing coursework with a C (2.0) 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. The student may be required to enroll in a 1 credit skills refresher course IS Nursing Clinical Skills Refresher to update knowledge and skills, as well as to make an appropriate transition into the current curricular structure. Additionally, updated health, certification and clearance documents will need to be submitted.

To return to the University after a leave in excess of one year but less than six years, students need to fill out the Re-entry Application and write a statement of good character to Student Financial Services. If leave is in excess of six years, students will need to re-apply through the Office of Admissions.

If a student leaves the program at any time, for any reason, they are subject to the curriculum and pricing in place at the time of their return. All prior APC’s are null and void.