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Students who were previously undergraduates working toward a degree and who wish to return to the University of Vermont following a voluntary leave should submit the online Re-entry Application. 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 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 return to the University after receiving a medical withdrawal must complete the medical withdrawal re-entry process. Applications must be submitted no later than 45 days before the start of the semester, per University policy. Please contact Joseph Russell, Assistant Dean of Students for Retention, at 802-656-3380 for additional information.

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

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IMPORTANT: If you are seeking to return from a medical withdrawal, you must complete the medical withdrawal re-entry process. Applications must be submitted no later than 45 days before the start of the semester, per University policy. Please contact Joseph Russell, Assistant Dean of Students for Retention, at 802-656-3380 for additional information.

Ex. In-State, Out-of-State, International
Please include area code.
Address
E-mail Addresses
Ex. astudent@uvm.edu
If you were an Honors College Scholar in good standing during your previous enrollment, please be sure to alert the College of your plans regarding re-entry. The Honors College staff may be contacted at 802-656-9100 or Honors.College@uvm.edu.
Note: If you hold a bachelor’s degree from another higher education institution and have not been previously enrolled as an undergraduate degree student at the University of Vermont, you will need to apply as a transfer student.

If you are a F-1 or J-1 non-immigrant student, you must also request a new I-20 through the Office of International Education no later than July 1 for students returning in August and by December 1 for return in January..

These actions could include, but are not limited to: probation, suspension, removal, dismissal, or expulsion from the institution.
Note that you are not required to answer "yes" to this question, or provide an explanation if the criminal adjudication or conviction has been expunged, sealed, annulled, pardoned, destroyed, erased, impounded, or otherwise required by law or ordered by a court to be kept confidential.
Return Date/Year
Ex. YYYY
College/School and Major for Re-entry
Consult the list of majors.
Some majors have space restrictions and/or specific prerequisite or minimum GPA average requirements.
It may be helpful for us to contact the Student Services staff member to learn more about your academic history at the University.

We are interested in knowing about the nature of your departure from the University and how your leave has prepared you to return at this time. Please provide your response in the text box below.

If you have completed transfer credit, please describe any academic work you have undertaken during your absence in the text box below.

If you have taken classes since leaving UVM, you will need to send an official transcript to:

Registrar's Office
360 Waterman Building
Burlington, VT 05405

IMPORTANT INFORMATION FOR ALL RE-ENTRY STUDENTS - 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.

Signature Required:

I am requesting re-enrollment to the University of Vermont and realize that I am subject to the rules and regulations of the University. I certify that all of the information submitted by me or on my behalf is true and correct. I understand that this request cannot be processed unless all questions are answered and all requested information is submitted.

Ex. First Name, MI, Last Name
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