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Provisional Admission

Undergraduate Selective Admission and Graduate programs have the option of admitting students as Provisional Admission.  Undergraduate Selective Admission students have three consecutive (regardless of enrollment) semesters to be fully admitted.  Provisionally admitted graduate students have one term to be fully admitted. 

 

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Provisional Admit Process Program Control

Undergraduate Selective Admission and Graduate programs have the option of admitting students as Provisional Admission.  Undergraduate Selective Admission students have three consecutive (regardless of enrollment) semesters to be fully admitted.  Provisionally admitted graduate students have one term to be fully admitted. 

 

Undergraduate Selective Admission: At the end of each term, after grades post, the department is required to indicate for each student whether their enrollment as Provisional should continue.  The department may choose to allow the student to continue in a provisional status, fully admit the student, or deny the student.  At the end of the student's third term, they must be either fully admitted or denied.  They are not allowed to continue  in the provisional status after the third term.  If denied, the student is required to select a new major otherwise the student will receive a Major hold preventing registration. 

 

Graduate Process: At the end of the initial provisional term, after grades post, the department is required to indicate for each student whether they are fully admitted or denied. 

 

The user will select a term, college, level,  program and major to be included in the provisional admit process.

 

Intended Audience/Users: Enrollment Services

 

 

Provisional Admit Admissions Processing Review

Undergraduate Selective Admission and Graduate programs have the option of admitting students as Provisional Admission.  Undergraduate Selective Admission students have three consecutive (regardless of enrollment) semesters to be fully admitted.  Provisionally admitted graduate students have one term to be fully admitted. 

 

Undergraduate Selective Admission: At the end of each term, after grades post, the department is required to indicate for each student whether their enrollment as Provisional should continue.  The department may choose to allow the student to continue in a provisional status, fully admit the student, or deny the student.  At the end of the student's third term, they must be either fully admitted or denied.  They are not allowed to continue  in the provisional status after the third term.  If denied, the student is required to select a new major otherwise the student will receive a Major hold preventing registration. 

 

Graduate Process: At the end of the initial provisional term, after grades post, the department is required to indicate for each student whether they are fully admitted or denied.

 

Admissions Processing or the Graduate School will process the decisions as follows:

 

Admit Decision

  1. Enter decision code, AZ if provisional decision is P or PZ; XZ if provisional decision is XP. 
  2. Lift “AM” hold, if necessary; the “AM” hold is added when the student is in their third term.

Continue Decision
    No additional action is required.     

 

Deny Decision
    Add “AM” hold

 

Intended Audience/Users: Enrollment Services Admissions Processing

 

Provisional Admit Registrar Review 

Undergraduate Selective Admission and Graduate programs have the option of admitting students as Provisional Admission.  Undergraduate Selective Admission students have three consecutive (regardless of enrollment) semesters to be fully admitted.  Provisionally admitted graduate students have one term to be fully admitted. 

 

Undergraduate Selective Admission: At the end of each term, after grades post, the department is required to indicate for each student whether their enrollment as Provisional should continue.  The department may choose to allow the student to continue in a provisional status, fully admit the student, or deny the student.  At the end of the student's third term, they must be either fully admitted or denied.  They are not allowed to continue  in the provisional status after the third term.  If denied, the student is required to select a new major otherwise the student will receive a Major hold preventing registration. 

 

Graduate Process: At the end of the initial provisional term, after grades post, the department is required to indicate for each student whether they are fully admitted or denied.

 

Admissions Processing or the Graduate School will process the decision.  For all Deny decisions, the Registrar's Office or Graduate School must drop any courses for the denied major.

 

When all courses are have been dropped for a student, the section enrollments will be updated for the course, and the student will be included in batch fee assessment. 

 

Intended Audience/Users: Registrar's Office

 

Provisional Admit Review 

Undergraduate Selective Admission and Graduate programs have the option of admitting students as Provisional Admission.  Undergraduate Selective Admission students have three consecutive (regardless of enrollment) semesters to be fully admitted.  Provisionally admitted graduate students have one term to be fully admitted. 

 

Undergraduate Selective Admission: At the end of each term, after grades post, the department is required to indicate for each student whether their enrollment as Provisional should continue.  The department may choose to allow the student to continue in a provisional status, fully admit the student, or deny the student.  At the end of the student's third term, they must be either fully admitted or denied.  They are not allowed to continue  in the provisional status after the third term.  If denied, the student is required to select a new major otherwise the student will receive a Major hold preventing registration. 

 

Graduate Process: At the end of the initial provisional term, after grades post, the department is required to indicate for each student whether they are fully admitted or denied.

 

The Department must make a decision for ALL students in a provisionally admitted status at the end of each term.

 

Intended Audience/Users: Department Representative