Thank you for choosing to return to your studies at University of the Potomac – rest assured that you’re making the right choice.
We know that students leave school for number of reasons, and we recognize that each student’s circumstances vary. You have already made a significant investment in your education, and we hope you make a decision to finish your studies and proudly walk across the stage together with your fellow classmates. We want to do anything we can to assist you in completing this important educational endeavor. Remember, graduating from our university is going to open up many doors and opportunities for you in life – for work and for further schooling or training.
Re-Entry Process and Policy
Students who have not been in attendance at the University for a minimum of one session and wish to return to the University should contact:
- Admissions Department if they have been withdrawn for over one year
- Student Services Department if they have been withdrawn for less than one year
Both departments will request that the student’s record be reviewed by the Chief Academic Officer or designee. Approval by the Chief Academic Officer or designee is required in order for the student to re-enter the University. Approval will be based on the potential for the student to succeed academically. If the student is approved academically for re-entry, the Admissions Office will then request a financial review by the Bursar and the Financial Aid Office to ensure that all financial obligations to the University have been met and to determine eligibility for financial aid, if appropriate.
If a student has enrolled in another institution after withdrawing from University of the Potomac, official transcripts should be provided from that institution prior to readmission to the University. Please contact Admissions for further details on re-entry.
Students are required to comply with any new program requirements, policies and procedures, textbook changes or changes in tuition and fees that are delineated in the catalog in effect at the time of their re-entry.