Students who have been dismissed because of academic ineligibility may reapply for graduate admission. The following policies apply to graduate non-degree and graduate degree students applying to the same or a new graduate program. Students wishing to be readmitted following a dismissal must wait at least one year before applying. (One year is defined as two semesters or one semester and one summer session.) During this period, they are ineligible for admission to any program at Winthrop University.
When students reapply following dismissal, they are responsible for assembling all credentials required for readmission by the appropriate academic unit. Students’ credentials are evaluated and the admission decision is made by the academic unit. These credentials must include a transcript of all work at Winthrop University prior to the dismissal. No course with a grade below B from a student's previous institutions (prior to dismissal) may be applied for readmission credit. If a student who previously received course grades below B is readmitted, the student may repeat these courses regardless of prior repetitions. However, a grade below B after readmission in any course will result in immediate dismissal.