Traditional Baccalaureate Program
A student may seek reentry into the college after one year has lapsed from the time of dismissal. To be considered for reentry, the applicant must submit additional evidence of ability to do satisfactory academic work. This can be done by completing 12 to 15 credits at an accredited four-year institution or at another academic unit at Rutgers, with a minimum grade of B in each course. A student who is dismissed for a second time will not be readmitted.
Second-Degree Program and Graduate Programs
A student who has withdrawn from the program for more than one year or a student who has been academically dismissed must reapply. All application requirements and fees must be met for consideration into the program or to a different program (graduate level). Requests for readmission are considered individually and readmission is not guaranteed.
All bachelor of science nursing students who have been academically dismissed from the program must wait one semester before reapplying to the program.
Applicants must satisfy the program requirements for admission at the time of their most recent application and must be issued an official letter of acceptance.