Re-admitted Students

A re-admitted student is one who begins a course of study, leaves, and subsequently returns to that same college. For State aid purposes, a re-admitted student may fall into one of three categories. In each of these, a student is subject to the college’s normal re-admission procedures.  If a student left the college in good academic standing and is then re-admitted, the student is eligible for NYS aid upon returning to the college. If a student left the college after having lost good academic standing and returns to the college after an absence of at least one year, the student is eligible for NYS aid upon returning to the college.

If a student left the college after having lost good academic standing and returns to the college after an absence of less than one year, there are two ways this student can regain eligibility for the first semester of the student’s return:
  • The student is granted the use of a waiver, provided that he or she has not already used the waiver; or
  • The student has made up the deficiency by attending without the benefit of State support another college during the semester of absence from the college of initial enrollment.
 
Placement on the Chart for Re-admits
Re-admitted students are placed on the Good Academic Standing Chart according to the rules which govern the placement of transfer students.