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- Course Descriptions
Students who have been accepted to the University and choose not to enroll for the specific trimester for which they were admitted have one year from the date of acceptance before all new documents will be required. If it is within the one-year time frame, a student is required to submit:
- A Program Change and Activation Form
- Updated transcript(s) for any additional college work
- Updated copy of licensure or professional registration
Additionally, students attending ADU with an enrollment interruption of less than three trimesters are also required to submit a Program Change and Activation Form, any updated transcript(s) for additional college work completed during the enrollment interruption, and an updated copy of licensure or professional registration. Students may submit this information in the third trimester of their enrollment interruption as long as all documentation is received by the admission deadline for the following trimester. Students providing this documentation during the third trimester but after the admission deadline will be required to reapply.
A hold will be placed on the student’s record to prevent registration until these requirements are met. No late registrations will be allowed.
Students who have been accepted to the University and choose not to enroll or who interrupted their enrollment for more than three trimesters will need to reapply and will be reevaluated by the Admissions Committee. Students must resubmit an application and contact Enrollment Services for more information. Students may be required to submit additional documents. Admission and registration deadlines will apply.
Students who wish to reapply to a degree program to which they have been previously denied admission must contact their Enrollment Advisor at the Off-Site Admission Center. Students who have been dismissed from a professional program and wish to reapply to the same program must complete the Readmission process as directed by the academic program to which they are seeking readmission.
Graduates of Adventist University who choose to pursue an additional degree program on campus or online within one year of the date of graduation from their first degree program must submit a Program Change and Activation Form, a new essay (if required), recommendations, additional transcripts, and/or an updated copy of licensure or professional registration. If it has been more than one year since the date of graduation, the applicant is require to submit a new application, recommendations, essay, additional transcripts, and/or an updated copy of licensure and professional registration. Other documentation specific to the degree program may be required as well. Applicants should refer to the admission requirements for the program they wish to pursue to ensure that all documentation is received by the deadline. Transcripts collected during the first admission cycle will not need to be resubmitted as long as they are still in the possession of the College and have not been subject to purging according to the Document Retention Policy. Course time limits may apply to courses previously taken at ADU.