Types of Acceptance

Applicants may be admitted with the following types of acceptance:

Full acceptance

Applicants who have been admitted into a degree or certificate program with no conditions.

Academic probation

Applicants who do not meet the minimum grade point average required for admission to the program for which they have applied, but are admitted at the discretion of the Admissions Committee. If a student has not earned the required GPA at the end of the probationary period (as defined by the terms of his or her admission) the student may be subject to dismissal.

Provisional acceptance

Applicants who are admitted and still need to submit final official transcripts with graduation date posted or those who may still need to complete supplemental documents and/or requirements.

Conditional acceptance

Applicants who have been admitted and have special conditions placed on their acceptance and may be denied registration or be subject to possible withdrawal from school if conditions are not met.