Reapplying for Admission
If you have been away from SPU for fewer than four quarters after completing courses as a matriculated student, you are still considered an “active” student at SPU. You may register for classes at SPU without completing paperwork for undergraduate admissions. Any transfer work completed during your absence must be submitted to Student Academic Services. No degrees completed during your absence will be recognized.
If you would like to re-enroll after four consecutive quarters (one year) have passed, you must reapply (PDF) to the University:
- You must submit transcripts for any coursework completed at another institution while away.
- Undergraduate Admissions will inform you if additional credentials need to be submitted.
- No degrees completed during your absence will be recognized, and you will be required to complete the general education curriculum in effect at the time of your re-admission.
If you originally matriculated at SPU directly from high school, but are now readmitted after attending another institution, you are considered a transfer student. However, your class standing at time of original matriculation will determine the courses you are required to complete.
For instance, if you originally matriculated as a freshman or sophomore, you would still be expected to complete UFDN 1000 and 8 “W” credits, even if you return to SPU with junior standing.