Readmission Application Policy
This policy applies to students in good standing and those who have been dismissed from the College
- A student who previously attended Tampa Medical College who withdrew and has been out for 6 months or longer from their last date of attendance, and is still in good standing with the school, will need to submit a new application and be accepted into their program of choice.
- A former student who was dismissed from their program must submit a re-admission application.
Applying for readmission does not guarantee re-entry. Students must be able to demonstrate that the previous reason(s) for dismissal or withdrawal have been resolved and that they possess the ability to succeed in their program. Students seeking readmission will need to meet ALL general admissions requirements In addition to meeting general and program-specific admission requirements students seeking reentry must additionally meet the following reentry requirements:
- Along with a re-admission application, the student must provide a detailed letter explaining why they withdrew and/or why they feel they can succeed if readmitted. Included with this letter, where applicable, should be verifiable documentation supporting the student’s claim and/or demonstrating how the previous circumstances have been resolved.
- In addition, the student will need to submit a reasonable, realistic, and specific plan for meeting the academic requirements of the program for which they are seeking reentry. Students are encouraged to meet with student services should they need assistance in developing such a plan.
- Arrange with the bursar’s office for payment of all applicable readmission application fees and any outstanding tuition or fees.
- Students must submit any required documents
The completed forms and supporting documentation will be reviewed by the Admissions/Faculty Committee which will make a recommendation to the Campus President. The Campus President’s decision will be final. The student will be notified by the Admissions Department of the decision in writing within ten (10) business days of the Admissions/Faculty Committee’s meeting.