Admission Violations Policy

  1. Submission of false and/or inaccurate University admission application information by, or on behalf of, a prospective student prior to enrollment, including academic or behavioral violations, can result in the denial of admission, or a revocation of an admission offer. Further, failure to provide requested or updated information and documents post-admission could result in the revocation of an admission offer. 
  2. a. If the prospective student is not enrolled at the University when an alleged admission violation becomes known, the Director of Admission, or their designee, will conduct an admission review.

    All documents will be reviewed and the prospective student may be asked to provide additional information regarding their application to the University. This review may result in action(s) including a delay of enrollment or revocation of an offer of admission.

    The Director of Admission will communicate a decision in writing.

    b. If the student is enrolled at the University when information about alleged admissions violations arise, the case will be referred to the Resolution Center for review and resolution through student conduct procedures outlined in the Student Code of Conduct. 

Last updated: 8/5/19