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Undergraduates

Undergraduates who are absent from the university for at least one fall or spring term must be readmitted. To seek readmission to Marquette as an undergraduate, you must complete the Undergraduate Request for Readmission form .

For all colleges except Nursing, the form should be submitted to the Office of the Registrar no later than one week prior to the start of the session in which you wish to enroll. (Nursing applicants must submit the form by March 1 for fall readmission or November 1 for spring readmission.)

If you are a re-entering student seeking degree status and who has attended another school or schools since leaving Marquette, you must request a transcript of credits from each school be sent to Marquette's Office of the Registrar. The transcript(s) must be received before the application for readmission will be considered. The transcript(s) must be sent directly to the Office of the Registrar by the other institution(s); transcript(s) will not be accepted by Marquette if routed through the student.

Readmitted students are required to comply with Marquette's immunization policy. Contact Student Health Service for details.

Graduate Students

If you have withdrawn from the university, failed to enroll for at least one fall or spring term, were administratively withdrawn from your program, or were suspended for any reason, you must be formally readmitted to the Graduate School before resuming your studies.

To be readmitted, you must receive departmental endorsement, complete a new Application for Graduate Admission and Financial Aid Form, and pay all continuous enrollment course fees in arrears and a $100.00 readmission fee.

The vice provost for research and graduate programs of the Graduate School and the major department jointly decide if you will be readmitted. In being readmitted, you face the possibility that previously completed work might not be accepted with the readmission decision, even if taken within the same program. The major department and vice provost for research and graduate programs of the Graduate School may also set readmission conditions on your resumption of work toward a degree such as registering for additional course work, retaking examinations, completing the degree within in a specified time period, or other appropriate terms.

Requests for readmission from students who have been suspended will be based on many considerations including the applicant's ability, evidence of growth and maturity, credits earned at another institution, and time elapsed since leaving Marquette.

Readmitted students are required to comply with Marquette's immunization policy. Contact Student Health Service for details.

Dental, Law, or Health Science Professional Students

Dental, Law, or Health Science Professional students seeking readmission to Marquette University, after an absence of at least one fall or spring term, must complete the Application for Readmission or Status Change form .

The form should be submitted to the Office of the Registrar no later than three weeks prior to the day classes begin.

Readmitted students are required to comply with Marquette's immunization policy. Contact Student Health Service for details.

 

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The Office of the Registrar is the official keeper of academic records including course registrations, grades, transcripts and diplomas.


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