Aerospace Engineering's Readmission Policy
Beginning with the 1997-98 academic year (Summer Term 1997), the following changes will be in effect:
- Any student who is not enrolled for two or more consecutive terms must apply for readmission.
- Any student in Good Standing who is not enrolled for a single term will be allowed to re-enroll without applying for readmission to the Institute. There will be no distinction between the terms of the regular academic year and the summer term.
- A student who is on Academic Warning or Probation who is not enrolled for a single term will have an automatic hold placed on registration which must be cleared by the student's major school. For example, a student who is placed on academic warning or probation at the end of a Fall Term and fails to enroll by the close of Phase II registration for the following Winter Term will receive an automatic registration hold which must be cleared by the major school before the student can register for Spring Term. Should the student not register for the Spring Term, then he or she will have to submit a readmission application for the next term for which enrollment is sought.
- Any student, except a part-time graduate student, who withdraws during a term and wishes to return the following term must complete a readmission application and a petition to the faculty for consideration. Part-time graduate students are required to complete only a readmission application. These documents must be submitted to the Registrar before the deadline for the quarter for which readmission is requested, which is as follows:
- Summer Term - June 1
- Fall Term - August 1
- Winter Term - December 1
- Spring Term - March 1
These are the only changes. All other policies remain in effect as stated in the official catalog.