Students will need to be cleared for readmission through the Dean of Students, Academic Services, and Student Financial Services. Once all offices clear a student, communication will happen via email provided on the application, and the next steps for housing and registration will be communicated.
Students who were placed on academic probation or academic suspension will also have to be cleared through the Board of Academic Standards. Any outstanding account balances must be rectified in order to readmit. All Readmission Students will be evaluated through the Clearinghouse, in order to verify college attendance at any other institutions.
To apply for readmission to Wittenberg:
All undergraduate students must:
- Submit a Readmission Application
If a student has been enrolled at another college/university after Wittenberg:
- Submit a Transfer Conduct Report (from each university attended)
- Provide an Official College Transcript (from each university attended)
All graduate students must:
- Submit the Graduate Readmission Application
The process could take up to 3 weeks to complete, so please plan ahead. We work hard to help all students, but it does take time to gather information needed to readmit a student to Wittenberg.
Lindsey Stevens is the admission counselor who will guide you through the readmission process. Most questions regarding readmission can be answered via phone or email without a trip to campus required.
Senior Associate Director of Admission
Phone: (937) 327-6368
Cell: (937) 408-9252
Fax: (937) 327-6379
Readmitted students can register for classes during the Open Registration Period (mid-November for January starting students and mid-April for August-starting students) You will work with our Registrar's Office to complete class registration. Housing will be assigned once a student is registered for classes.
Readmission application due dates:
- For January/Spring start: December 1
- For August/Fall start: August 1
From Office of the Provost, Academic Policies: / Also, Student Handbook, Academic Information:
Students who withdraw from the college or who have been asked to withdraw are eligible to apply for readmission upon completion of a formal application for readmission. The completed applications must be received by the Admission office at least four weeks before the beginning of the semester in which reapplication is sought.
Adult Education and Graduate Students applying for readmission should complete the same readmission application listed above. All Graduate students will also need to be approved for return by the director of their specific program.