WELCOME BACK!

We define re-entry students as those who were previously undergraduates working toward a degree and who wish to return to the University of Vermont following a voluntary leave. If you are a re-entry student, please submit the online Re-entry Application.

Please note that Re-entry Applications for the current semester (fall/spring only) are not accepted once classes have begun. Classes begin for the Fall 2017 semester on Monday, August 28

If you are applying for re-entry following a dismissal or forced leave, please contact the Student Services team for your major College (i.e. Arts and Sciences, Grossman School of Business, etc.).

If you wish to return to the University after a suspension, you will need to contact the Dean of Students Office to schedule a meeting with the Assistant Dean for Conduct, Policy and Climate. You may reach the Assistant Dean by calling (802) 656-3380.

Students wishing to enroll and have never been admitted as a degree student should visit the Admissions web page for more information.

APPLICATION REVIEW & COLLEGE-SPECIFIC INFORMATION

Please click on the name of the College to which you are applying in order to read important infromation regarding the academic unit's re-entry procedures and requirements.

College of Agriculture & Life Sciences

Thank you for your interest in continuing your education with the College of Agriculture & Life Sciences. The College reviews re-entry applications on a rolling basis throughout the year for most majors. Upon receipt of your application, you will be contacted via email with information regarding next steps and additional details about the re-entry process.

Some majors within CALS have pre-requisites that must be completed before re-entry is approved. There are majors within the College that also require an additional application (i.e. Nutrition).

Students applying for re-enty to the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences, who left on academic probation will be readmitted on that same trial status.

Contact the CALS Student Services office (656-2980) with questions or to seek more information.

College of Arts & Sciences

Thank you for your interest in continuing your education with the College of Arts and Sciences. The College reviews re-entry applications on a rolling basis throughout the year. Upon receipt of your application, you will be contacted via email with information regarding next steps and additional details about the re-entry process.

In order to be accepted for internal transfer into the College of Arts and Sciences, students must have completed at least 12 credits as an undergraduate student at UVM and have achieved a cumulative grade point average of 2.00. No student will be accepted into the college with a cumulative grade point average that is below 2.00.

Students with a cumulative GPA at or above a 2.00, but with a most recent semester GPA below 2.00, will be accepted on academic probation, and required to meet with an academic advisor prior to transfer. All upper-class students (Juniors and Seniors) will be required to meet with an academic advisor to discuss their degree requirements prior to being accepted for internal transfer.

Students applying for re-entry to the College of Arts and Sciences, who left on academic probation will be readmitted on that same trial status.

Contact the CAS Student Services (656-3344) to set up an appointment with an academic advisor or for more information.

College of Education & Social Services

Thank you for your interest in continuing your education with the College of Education & Social Services. The College reviews re-entry applications on a rolling basis throughout the year. Upon receipt of your application, you will be contacted via email with information regarding next steps and additional details about the re-entry process.

Please plan to contact the CESS Student Services (656-3468) to schedule an advising appointment regarding re-entry and course registration.

Students transferring in to a CESS program must:

  • Meet the following minimum GPA to transfer into a CESS Program:
    • Education Program including Early Childhood, Early Childhood Special Education, Elementary Ed, Middle Level Ed, Secondary Ed, Art Ed, Music Ed, Physical Ed:
      • First-Year or Sophomore standing- minimum 2.5 GPA
      • Junior or Senior standing- minimum 3.0 GPA
    • Human Development and Family Studies: 2.0 GPA
    • Social Work: 2.0 GPA
  • Contact CESS Student Services at 802-656-3468 to schedule an advising appointment regarding the transfer request.

College of Engineering & Mathematical Sciences

Thank you for your interest in continuing your education with the College of Engineering & Mathematical Sciences. The College reviews re-entry applications in accordance with the University Catalogue’s published timeline. Upon receipt of your application, you will be contacted via email with information regarding next steps and additional details about the re-entry process.

If you are applying to CEMS and you left the University because of a dismissal or a forced leave, you should plan to complete the CEMS Readmission Application.

Contact the CEMS Student Services office (656-3392) with questions.

College of Nursing & Health Sciences

Thank you for your interest in continuing your education with the College of Nursing & Health Sciences.

Please note permission to return does not guarantee placement in your original cohort.

Applications are due by November 1 for the spring semester and May 15 for the fall semester. Refer to the CNHS Student Handbook for the complete re-entry policy.

Students who were formally dismissed from the program or who voluntarily withdrew from a program must apply to the department as an internal transfer student. Get more information for transfer applications and policies listed by major.

Contact the (656-3858) with questions or to seek more information.

Grossman School of Business

Thank you CNHS Student Services for your interest in continuing your education with the Grossman School of Business.

For students returning to UVM that are seeking an internal transfer into the Grossman School of Business, please review the internal transfer and application requirements. Applications for internal transfers are reviewed twice a year – early January and July.

To further discuss the internal transfer process as well as curriculum questions, please contact Student Services at (802) 656-4015 or email Jennifer.Fath@uvm.edu to schedule an appointment to meet with an academic advisor.

Rubenstein School of Environment and Natural Resources

Thank you for your interest in continuing your education with the Rubenstein School of Environment and Natural Resources. The College reviews re-entry applications on a rolling basis throughout the year. Upon receipt of your application, you will be contacted via email with information regarding next steps and additional details about the re-entry process. Contact the RSENR Student Services (802) 656-3003 with questions or to seek more information.

COURSE REGISTRATION

Check the course listings and registration dates on the Office of the Registrar. You will be contacted once your status has been re-activated, and then you will be able to register online using the UVM portal.

If you do not remember your NetID and Password, please contact the Office of the Registrar at (802) 656-2045. Contact your Student Services team within your major School/College for assistance selecting courses.

STUDENT FINANCIAL SERVICES AND ON-CAMPUS HOUSING REQUESTS - PLEASE READ.

If you are re-enrolled, the decision affects only your ability to register for classes. This decision does not imply restoration of eligibility of financial aid (including student loans). Please consult Student Financial Services (802-656-5700) before making any plans to return to the University of Vermont.

If you are hoping to live on-campus, you should complete a Housing Request. You may also contact Residential Life at (802) 656-3434 or reslife@uvm.edu.

RESIDENCY INFORMATION

Students who were previously classified as in-state residents for tuition purposes, and who re-enroll after an absence of more than one year may be required to submit an Application for In-State Status with appropriate documentation to support claims of continuing eligibility for Vermont residency for tuition purposes.

For detailed information about residency application procedures and to see contact information for the University Residency Office, visit the Office of the Registrar.

QUESTIONS?

For more information about the re-entry process, please contact Student Services within your designated School/College or Sarah Warrington, Coordinator of Undergraduate Retention and Re-enrollment at (802) 656-9652 or swarring@uvm.edu.