Permission to Re-Register

photo: green apple book endThe Permission to Re-Register form is used to readmit or reinstate a student's graduate status. It will also update the student's graduate classification if there has been a change.

 

You should use the Permission to Re-Register form if you are:

  • A graduate student returning to the same degree program after breaking the continuous enrollment policy.
    • A graduate student who fails to maintain continuous enrollment or obtain on- leave status is required to file a Permission to Re-Register form and a Petition to the Graduate School to petition for reinstatement. See the Continuous Enrollment Policy for reinstatement petition policy.

 

  • A graduate student with approval to pursue concurrent master's or concurrent master's/doctoral programs.
    • The Permission to Re-Register form must be filed for the next term after receiving the first degree. This is to update the major and to permit continued enrollment
       

Note: Review of the Permission to Re-Register form may result in a change of residency status from resident to non-resident. More information is available from the residency officer in the Office of Admissions.

 

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