An undergraduate student who has been Academically Suspended may be readmitted only after applying for readmission and receiving favorable action on the application from the Committee on Admission and Retention. Applications for Readmission should be filed with the secretary of the Committee on Admission and Retention, Jennifer Suchan, (319-273-2278 or Jennifer.Suchan@uni.edu), in the Office of the Registrar. The completed Application for Readmission from Academic Suspension and all supporting documents, must be received in the Office of the Registrar at least seven calendar days prior to the beginning of the term for which the student is requesting enrollment.
It is strongly recommended that students read the Procedure for Applying for Readmission and the Committee of Admission and Retention prior to filling out and submitting their application for consideration.
An undergraduate student who is readmitted after Academic Suspension will be placed on Academic Probation beginning with the semester immediately following his/her return to UNI. A student who has been readmitted following Academic Suspension must earn a minimum semester GPA of 2.00 for each semester after being readmitted until his/her UNI GPA reaches 2.00 or higher. While on Academic Probation following Suspension, the student will be limited to 14 credit hours for the semester.
Academic Suspension for a second time is considered permanent. Only the most extenuating circumstances would warrant consideration for readmission from Academic Suspension a second time.
Undergraduate students wishing to discuss probation/suspension policy at UNI, or seeking information regarding return after Academic Suspension, may make an appointment with Jennifer Suchan, Assistant Registrar, Office of the Registrar, (319-273-2278 or Jennifer.Suchan@uni.edu).
Graduate Student Policy
Graduate students who have been placed on Graduate Suspension must go through a different process for readmission to graduate study. If you are a graduate student, please contact the Graduate College for further information.