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The following policy refers to reactivation or reapplication steps for General Studies campus or Denver undergraduate students who were accepted but did not enroll, students with an enrollment interruption of three trimesters or less, students with an enrollment interruption of more than three trimesters, and alumni pursuing a new program of study.
Accepted Students Who Do Not Enroll
Students who have been accepted to General Studies and choose not to enroll for the specific trimester for which they were admitted have two trimesters after the trimester of acceptance to enroll before all new documents will be required. For example, if a student is admitted for Fall trimester, he or she can postpone enrollment and attend during the subsequent Spring or Summer terms. However, if enrollment is postponed for a year (Fall trimester the year after he or she was initially admitted), the student will need to reapply. If it is within the one-year time frame, a student is required to submit updated transcript(s) for any additional college work completed since his or her initial application.
If it has been more than three trimesters, the student will be required to reapply to the University and must provide new admission documents1. This new information will be re-evaluated by the Undergraduate General Studies Admissions Committee and a new admission decision given at that time. Students should contact Enrollment Services for more information regarding what is required of them to reapply. General Studies admission, registration, and financial aid deadlines will apply.
Enrolled Students with an Enrollment Interruption of Three Trimesters or Less
Students attending Adventist University of Health Sciences with an enrollment interruption of three trimesters or less are also required to submit any updated transcript(s) for additional college work completed during the enrollment interruption. A new GPA will be calculated for the student and a new admission status assigned, if necessary. Students have until the last day of the third trimester to reactivate their file, but must still meet published admission deadlines to re-enroll. After the last day of the third trimester, students must reapply to the University.
Enrolled Students with an Enrollment Interruption of More than Three Trimesters
Students with an enrollment interruption of more than three trimesters will need to reapply and will be re-evaluated by the Undergraduate General Studies Admissions Committee. Students should contact Enrollment Services for more information regarding what is required of them to reapply. General Studies admission, registration, and financial aid deadlines will apply.
A hold will be placed on the student's record to prevent registration until these requirements are met.
1 Recommendation forms, official transcripts, and career essays received for applicants with an Adventist University application will be retained for one year if the applicant does not become a student in that time. Applications received without an official transcript(s), career essay, and/or recommendation forms will be retained for six months.