Re-admission to Bloomsburg University

Re-admission to Bloomsburg University

 

A candidate for re-admission to Bloomsburg University is an individual who was admitted and attended the University as a degree seeking student. A re-admission applicant is defined as one who failed to enroll for a semester, withdrew, or was academically or socially dismissed from Bloomsburg University.

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Application Deadlines

  • Spring Semester – Jan. 12
  • Summer Semester – May 6
  • Fall Semester – August 19

Application Requirements

  • Complete and file the application for readmission.
  • Submit an official transcript if you have attended another college or university since leaving Bloomsburg.
  • Submit a letter from your physician stating the status of your health if you withdrew for medical reasons.
  • Secure a clearance from the Director of Center for Counseling and Human Development if you withdrew for psychological reasons.
  • Have any holds on your record cleared.
  • A personal interview may be required as circumstances warrant.
  • *If you had a hold on your account from another department removed, please notify the Admissions Office at 570-389-4316 or at kbulla@bloomu.edu so we can continue to process your application.

THE ABOVE STEPS MUST BE COMPLETED BEFORE ACTION CAN BE TAKEN ON YOUR APPLICATION. COMPLETION OF ALL ADMISSIONS PROCEDURES IS THE RESPONSIBILITY OF THE APPLICANT.

Important Information:

  • Students under academic dismissal are ineligible for re-admission for one calendar year.
  • Students who have been academically dismissed or have left BU with a cumulative GPA under a 2.0 will be expected to present evidence of successful achievement at another college or university as part of their application for re-admission.
  • Re-admission to is not guaranteed, regardless of your reason for leaving.
  • Re-admitted students are responsible for the graduation requirements and academic policies which exist at the time of re-entrance.
  • The Director of Admissions may require an applicant for re-admission to file a letter containing such supplementary information as is needed for proper consideration.

Admission Criteria

  • Previous level of achievement.
  • Reasons for withdrawal.
  • Potential for completing a degree program.
  • Positive social review.
  • Institutional capacity.