Readmission

Students who have attended Trevecca previously and are not registered in the current semester should apply for readmission. Students applying for readmission are considered on the same basis as new applicants to the University for that particular term. If a student has attended any other college or university since the last term of enrollment at Trevecca, official transcripts must be sent. Applicants should contact the Office of Admissions to determine what particular requirements may be needed. Readmission cannot be considered if the student has any unsettled business with Trevecca Nazarene University or any other institution attended, whether in the form of a financial, disciplinary, or academic obligation. Once those issues have been resolved and the Office of Admissions has been notified of the resolution in writing by that institution, the application will be considered. The University reserves the right to refuse readmission to a student on any grounds deemed sufficient by the Trevecca Nazarene University administration.

A student who receives his/her first academic suspension from Trevecca Nazarene University may apply for readmission to the University after one semester. Any student who receives two academic suspensions may apply for readmission after one year from the date of the last suspension. It is the University's expectation that students will use their time wisely (during suspension) by taking courses at a regionally accredited college or university that could raise their cumulative GPA to a minimum 1.8 or higher. Students should work with the Academic Records Office and their advisor to make sure credits will transfer. Academic reinstatement will be contingent on the student securing a minimum 1.8 or higher before returning to Trevecca. In no case is reinstatement a guarantee.