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Requests for Reinstatements occur after students are administratively withdrawn
from courses during Weeks 3-11. Within three days following the drop, students may
submit requests for reinstatement for any and all courses by submitting the Request for
Reinstatement Form to their professors via email. Instructor will approve or deny the
Request within 48 hours after it is received. They will state the decision to reinstate or
not reinstate the student, send the form to Records and Registration and the Director of
Student Advising, and inform the student of their decision.

When making that decision, the College may consider whether:
• The student has shown evidence that he or she will succeed.
• The student has articulated a plan on their Request for Reinstatement Form.
• If allowed to be reinstated, the student has a reasonable chance to succeed in
the class given time missed, work they are permitted to make up, and the time
left in the term.
• Reasonable accommodations can still be made to deadlines or other
requirements so that the student can succeed.

If the instructor decides to permit reinstatement, the professor will approve the
student’s Request for Reinstatement Form in the Faculty Portal. If the student fails
to attend during the first seven (7) consecutive days after reinstatement, the student will
be administratively withdrawn from the course with no opportunity for reinstatement.

If the instructor decides not to permit reinstatement, the instructor will deny the
student’s Request for Reinstatement Form. The student will be informed of the denial,
and that he or she may appeal the decision through the college’s grievance process,
provided that no student will be reinstated without the full involvement of the instructor
in that process.

Regardless of whether the instructor approves or denies the request, the student will
receive relevant information, support, and resources in regards to their financial/billing
concerns and their academic progress from the Office of Financial Aid and the Student
Success and Advising Center.

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