Re-admission to Bloomsburg University

Re-admission to Bloomsburg University

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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.

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.

Application Deadlines

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

Questions?

Contact Thomas Kresch, Jr.:

Applications for re-admission are reviewed individually. Decisions are based upon such factors as:

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

Please contact Thomas Kresch Jr. with further questions concerning re-admission.

Process of Re-admission

  • 1. Complete and file the application for readmission.
  • 2. Submit an official transcript if you have attended another college or university since leaving Bloomsburg.
  • 3. Submit a letter from your physician stating the status of your health if you withdrew for medical reasons.
  • 4. Secure a clearance from the Director of Center for Counseling and Human Development if you withdrew for psychological reasons.
  • 5. Have any holds on your record cleared.
  • 6. 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.