Readmission after Dismissal for Poor Academic Performance

Students dismissed for poor academic performance may reapply for admission to the CSU–COP if they:

Complete at least two semesters of full-time study (i.e., at least 15 credit hours per semester) of a curriculum at the pre-pharmacy level or higher;

Earn at least C (not C–) grades in all courses taken; and

Maintain a cumulative GPA of 2.50 or greater.

In addition, prior to enrolling in this curriculum, students must seek academic counseling from the CSU–COP Dean’s Office, which can supply a list of sample courses.

Students fulfilling these requirements will be permitted to reapply to the University and College and will be treated as new applicants. The CSU-COP Admissions Committee will review the application for evidence of improved academic potential.

No guarantee of admission is implied, and questions related to advanced standing and similar issues will be addressed as they are for any new applicant. The recommendation of the Admissions Committee will be forwarded to the Office of the Dean. Readmission can be granted only once.