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University Advising Center

Academic Disenrollment Appeal

An undergraduate student who has been academically disqualified may appeal for reinstatement. Students are required to attend a virtual Appeal Workshop to obtain appeal forms. The Academic Disenrollment Appeal must be completed with an Academic Counselor at the University Advising Center.

Criteria for Disenrollment Appeal

The Disenrollment Appeal deadline is Wednesday, June 26, 2024, by 3 p.m. A committee reviews appeals, and the student will be notified of a final decision via email by July 1, 2024.

Students are required to attend a virtual Appeal Workshop to obtain appeal forms.

1. Write a statement describing circumstances that occurred during Spring 2024 that were extreme, extraordinary, and clearly beyond your control. Explain why you did not withdraw from the semester, how your circumstances prevented you from successfully completing it, and what has changed. Note that lack of motivation, poor time management, increased work hours, academic overload, etc., are not acceptable reasons.

2. Strong supporting documentation (e.g., a letter from a doctor on letterhead outlining dates and issues, a death certificate, a police report, etc.). Bills, medication reports, or release paperwork are not appropriate documentation.

3. A student’s transcript must show prior academic work as successful. F and WU grades were not representative of regular academic work.

Virtual Appeal Workshop Dates

Coming Soon
Zoom link coming soon

For questions regarding academic probation or disqualification, please email at or call 559.278.1787.