Involuntary Leave of Absence or Withdrawal
Students who engage in behavior that seriously violates institutional standards, as outlined in this handbook, or who pose a potential threat to their own welfare or that of others, may be involuntarily withdrawn or involuntarily placed on leave of absence by the dean of students, or his/her designee. These withdrawals and leaves are non-appealable.
Return to the College
Students who have been involuntarily withdrawn or placed on leave of absence may request permission to return to the college. Materials that enable the dean of students to make an informed decision must accompany such a request. Exactly what materials the dean will need to make such a decision depend on the individual case. Contact the student life office for more information.
Students who are on suspension or involuntary leave of absence may not take classes at other institutions for credit. In rare cases, the dean may make an exception.