Connecticut State Colleges and Universities
Charter Oak State College Official Catalog

Undergraduate Readmission

Students Withdrawn or Administratively Withdrawn from the College

Students who have been administratively withdrawn for one year, and wish to return to the College, must reapply and pay the current application fee. Students who withdrew from the college on thier own, my reapply and pay the current application fee at anytime. Returning students must comply with any new degree requirements in effect at the time of reentry.

Students Dismissed from the College

Students who have been dismissed for academic reasons must wait one year to reapply. To reapply, the student will need to submit a written appeal demonstrating  justification. In that appeal, the student will need to address why success will occur at this time. The appeal must be sent to the Provost. It will be reviewed by the Director of Advising and the Registrar. Their recommendation will then go to the Provost for approval or denial. The Provost’s decision is final. If approved the student must comply with any new degree requirements in effect at the time of reentry.

Students who have been dismissed from the College for failure to meet the minimum career GPA requirements, must wait a minimum of one year to reapply. Upon readmission, the student will have the opportunity to take 12 credits in order to obtain a minimum career GPA of 2.0, or be dismissed a second time from the college. If at any time during the completion of the 12 credits, the student does not meet the 2.0 semester GPA requirement, the student will be dismissed.

Students who have been dismissed from the College for failure to meet the minimum semester GPA requirements, must wait a minimum of one year to reapply. The student must obtain a semester GPA above 1.0 in the first Term back. Failure to obtain a semester GPA above a 1.0 will result in dismissal from the college. This includes withdrawals and administrative withdrawals.

Students Dismissed from the College More than Once

If a student is dismissed again, the student must wait a year to reapply. If allowed to return, the student can only take 1 course per term and earn a grade of C or better to maintain enrollment. The student must comply with any new degree requirements in effect at the time of reentry.

Readmission Course Load

Students who are returning in good academic standing may take a full course load. Students returning on academic probation are limited to 6 credits per semester until they earn a satisfactory career/semester GPA. Those who have been dismissed twice are limited to 3 credits per term.