The Navigator 2012-14
An application for readmission is required of any student formerly registered in regular session at UCSC who has not been in continuous attendance or granted a leave of absence.
The readmission application and additional information is available at the Undergraduate Advising Center web site. Students are readmitted to the college in which they were last enrolled. If you withdrew for medical reasons, see Readmission after Medical Withdrawal. Complete the application, and return it with the nonrefundable application fee to the Office of Admissions.
The Office of Admissions will forward the application to your college for approval. Your college may require additional information concerning your academic plan before reviewing your readmission application. If you have been barred or disqualified, the academic standing committee of your college may impose conditions for readmission. It is important that you file early.
You must provide transcripts to your college of all academic work undertaken during your absence from UCSC, whether or not the credits are transferable. In addition, an official copy of your transcripts should be sent to the Office of the Registrar. At least a C or 2.0 grade point average is required in all such work.
If absence from UCSC is greater than five years, provide the Office of the Registrar with official transcripts of all work undertaken elsewhere, including transcripts that may have been previously submitted when you were originally admitted.
Financial aid applicants must meet Financial Aid's March 2 and June 1 application and documentation deadlines.
For information regarding major requirements after readmission, see the section on Catalog Rights.