However, students who withdraw must file for readmission by the following deadlines: Semester Deadline Date Fall: June 1 Spring: December 1
An applicant who was released for academic and/or disciplinary reasons may not be considered for readmission until one year has elapsed.
A. An applicant released for disciplinary reasons is subject to the conditions specified at the time of release and will be considered for readmission pending the concurrence of the Dean of Students.
B. An applicant released for academic reasons must present evidence of satisfactory completion of a minimum of one full time semester of subsequent work at an accredited college or university in order to be considered for readmission.
C. An applicant who has received a Health Release must provide all requested medical data by the application deadline.
Applicants who have been released for academic reasons will receive final consideration for readmission by the College’s Academic Standards Committee. The Academic Standards Committee will meet at the end of each semester to considered applicants for readmission; this typically results in some delay of final notification.
Students who are readmitted to the College are advised to confer with appropriate faculty and administrative officers concerning advisement, housing, financial aid, etc. Outstanding financial or other obligations (e.g. “holds”) to the College will prevent a decision from being rendered.
**Students who leave the College without securing a leave of absence or processing a withdrawal will be administratively withdrawn from the College and will need to apply for readmission.
Second Degree PolicyWhen a student concurrently meets the requirements of more than one option or major within a single broad field of study, a single degree should be awarded rather than two separate degrees. (This does not preclude transfer arrangements under which coursework is completed at another institution toward a professional degree and transferred back for completion of a degree at the initial campus.) Programs which lead to two different academic objectives may result in the awarding of two degrees, provided the requirements of each program have been met; and at least 30 credits of coursework beyond the single degree requirement has been completed. No more than 12 credits, if any, can be allowed to overlap between the two programs. At the graduate level, at least 30 credits of additional study must be undertaken for the attainment of two degrees at the same level. Application for the second degree is through the readmission process (described in the section titled - Readmission in the Bulletin). Readmission to pursue a second degree is not guaranteed. Applications will be reviewed by the Dean of Academic Planning and Advisement in consultation with the relevant academic departments or programs.
To apply fill out the below information and request official transcripts from all colleges you have attended since leaving SUNY Geneseo. Transcripts should be sent directly to the Office of Admissions. Your application will not be reviewed until we have the application and all official transcripts.
A committee meets monthly to review completed applications. Pending review of your materials you will be notified by the Office of Admissions with our decision.
Questions? Contact the Office of Admissions at 585-245-5571 or e-mail email@example.com.