The general rules governing withdrawal from the University are given in the General Information Catalog. In addition, the following rules apply to the School of Law.
A person who has earned fewer than nine semester hours of credit in the School of Law, has withdrawn, and then wishes to resume studies, must reapply for admission to the School of Law. The reapplication for admission is handled and evaluated as if it were an initial application.
A student who has withdrawn from the School of Law after receiving nine or more semester hours of credit may be readmitted to the school if he or she was in good standing at the time of withdrawal. Such a student is not subject to the admission selection process; however, he or she must submit an application for readmission to the School of Law.
A student who has withdrawn or taken a leave of absence from the School of Law while on scholastic probation must have permission of the Dean of the School of Law to return. Such a student must also submit an application for readmission to the University. A student readmitted under this rule will continue on scholastic probation. Refer to the School of Law website for details relating to the Probation and Dismissal policy.