This policy pertains to McAfee Institute students who seek to return to their resident program after leaving as a result of discontinuation, withdrawal, or dismissal. Students on tuition payment plan agreements are also encouraged to inquire about the possible impact of a leave on their payment plan status.
Discontinuation from the program
A student who discontinues from a resident program without notice, or who did not attend the training program as expected relinquishes his/her status as a student and will be administratively withdrawn from the program. Time of withdrawal will be decided on a case by case basis taking into account student specific information and situation.
A student who seeks to return to the program after being withdrawn for less than one academic year must petition for readmission in writing to the VP of
Academics stating the mitigating circumstances (and provide supporting documentation) in which prevented the student from completed the course on the initial attempt.
Petitions for readmission must be approved by the VP of Academics and Academic Review Committee.
The VP of Academics and Academic Review Committee may require a student seeking re-admittance to repeat some or all of the program the student completed before withdrawal and may be required to take additional courses to meet the requirements of the curriculum at the time of readmission.
A student who seeks to return to the program after being withdrawn for a total of one or more academic years will be required to re-apply through the regular admissions process.
A decision by the Admissions Committee to select the student for admission is subject to final approval by the VP of Academics and Academic Review Committee.
Readmission following dismissal for Academic or Professional Misconduct
A student who is dismissed for academic or professional misconduct is not eligible to apply for readmission to the McAfee Institute.
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