To be considered for readmission following academic suspension, you must:
1. Obtain an Application for Readmission to Ithaca College from the Office of the Registrar. You will need to complete the application and submit an essay. Your essay must include an educational plan that describes how you intend to complete a successful program of study during the semester in which your are readmitted. Forward official transcripts of any studies completed at other institutions during the period you are away from Ithaca College.
2. Submit the Application for Readmission to the Office of the Registrar by July 1 for readmission for the fall semester and by December 1 for readmission for the spring semester.
3. Complete at least six credit hours concurrently at an accredited institution. Earn no final grades less than a B. This condition applies to all courses taken even if you enroll in more than six credits. For information about accredited institutions, contact the Office of the Registrar at 607 274 3127. International students must take a minimum of 12 credits at another accredited institution to keep their visa and must receive no final grades less than a B.
4. Enroll in coursework in the humanities and sciences' disciplines; coursework must be approve by the Dean's Office prior to enrollment. In other words, the courses should be similar to those listed in the School of Humanities and Sciences' section of the Ithaca College Undergraduate Catalog and must meet the criteria for transfer to Ithaca College. Do not take a course at another institution if you already received credit for its equivalent at Ithaca College as it will not be transferable.