To be administratively withdrawn from the University is to be dismissed from the University. A student may be dismissed from the university for failure to make satisfactory academic progress, failure to pay legitimate debts on schedule or for inappropriate behavior that is detrimental to good order. Administrative withdrawal does not relieve the student of the responsibility for all debts, including tuition, fees, room and board, and other incidental charges for the full semester. Administrative withdrawal due to failure to meet financial obligations will result in the following:
- Transcripts being withheld
- Room and board privileges being lost
- Classroom admittance being denied
A student who has been dismissed for financial reasons can have privileges restored upon payment of all outstanding charges and a reinstatement fee.
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