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  Graduate School-New Brunswick 2005-2007 Academic Policies and Procedures Registration and Course Information Readmission or Restoration of Active Status  

Readmission or Restoration of Active Status

Students who have interrupted their graduate registration without receiving a degree in the program for which they were enrolled must apply for readmission. Appropriate forms are available from the Office of the Dean of the Graduate School-New Brunswick. Doctoral students who have passed their qualifying examinations are subject to a restoral fee of 1 credit of tuition at the current resident rate for each term missed (up to five terms). Students who have completed a master of philosophydegree at the university and have let their registration lapse are not subject to restoral fee payments for a period of up to four years.

All students, except candidates for the doctoral degree, who have interrupted their graduate registration must request readmission within two terms following their last registration. After this, the prospective student must submit a new application for admission to the Office of Graduate and Professional Admissions. (Applicants may request that previously submitted records be used.) The letters of recommendation should originate from faculty members at Rutgers with whom the student previously studied. In all other respects, including payment of the application fee and submission of official transcripts of all previous academic work, the application procedure is the same as the first application for admission.

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