Who is a Re-Enrolling (Returning) Student?
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You are a re-enrolling or returning student if you wish to enroll at WCU to earn an undergraduate degree, you have enrolled previously at WCU to earn an undergraduate degree, and:
- You were not in good academic or social standing when you ceased enrollment at WCU and have missed one or more semesters at WCU (excluding summer) OR
- You were in good academic and social standing when you ceased enrollment at WCU, you did not complete your undergraduate degree, and you ceased WCU enrollment for three or more consecutive terms, including summer (i.e., you were not enrolled for a consecutive fall, spring, summer; a consecutive spring, summer, fall; or a consecutive summer, fall, spring) OR
- You completed or will complete the undergraduate degree in which you are enrolled but wish to continue at WCU to pursue another undergraduate degree.
NOTE: If you were an undergraduate student in good standing who ceased enrollment prior to graduating and you plan to return prior to missing three consecutive terms (one academic year), then you are a “resuming student” as opposed to a “returning student” and you do not have to re-apply. Contact the Advising Center for more information and to resume enrollment.
NOTE: Some policies and procedures differ for students who plan to enroll or re-enroll in distance or online programs. Refer to the distance program admission webpage for more information.