Interested in being readmitted to SRU? Please follow these easy steps, to ensure your application is approved and processed in a timely manner.
STEP 1: Fill out the online readmission application.
If any other school was attended after leaving SRU, you must have all official transcripts sent electronically to email@example.com.
If you left SRU with a GPA below a 2.0, you must submit a letter to support your request for Readmission. Attach the letter to the electronic form.
The application must be 100% complete before sending. SRU cannot readmit from an incomplete application and significant delays in readmission and scheduling will occur with incomplete applications.
STEP 2: Check your email. Within 48 hours, you should receive information about the application moving to the next step of the process. We might request further information. It is critical to check your email. It may take longer to receive approval or declined status.
Should you need aid or owe the university money, it will be important to check with these offices to inquire what may be needed. This will need done, prior to approval of application.
STEP 4: Approval of Readmission
Once you receive your acceptence letter from your academic college, please email the listed contact (on letter) for assistance with questions or registration assistance.
Acceptance is not guaranteed. If you are not approved in an academic college, you may seek approval for readmission as an exploratory/undecided student.
Online Degree Completion
If you left SRU before finishing your undergraduate degree, you may have the option of completing it online. If you have earned 60 credits or more, you may be eligible to complete one of the online degree completion options in the following programs:
- Accounting (School of Business)
- Leadership Studies (Interdisciplinary Programs department)
- Liberal Arts (Interdisciplinary Programs department)
- Management (School of Business)
- Nursing (RN-BSN) (Nursing department)
- Philanthropy and Nonprofit Management (Interdisciplinary Programs department)
For additional information, contact the academic department associated with the program.
When subject to academic probation, the student will be placed on probation for one semester. Students who are placed on probation at the end of summer or winter session will be continued on probation for the following semester and will not be suspended/dismissed. A student on probation will return to satisfactory academic standing at the end of the semester in which he/she earns a 2.000 cumulative grade point average (CGPA).
First Time Suspension: Student(s) on academic suspension for the first time will not be able to register for or attend classes at the University for one semester. Summer Term and Winter Intersession do not count as a semester for suspension purposes.
Second Time Suspension: Student(s) on academic suspension for the second time will not be able to register for or attend classes for two semesters. Summer Term and Winter Intersession do not count as a semester for suspension purposes.
Students withdrawing from the university must contact a student success coach for an exit interview. More information about the student success coaches and how to schedule an appointment can be found here.