Former Undergraduate Students
Students in Academic Good Standing
If you were previously enrolled as a regular student at Clemson (not a special or transient student) but are not enrolled in the current term, you are classified as a former student.
If you have graduated from Clemson and are applying as a former student returning, your program will be changed to a "Non-Degree Seeking Undergraduate" until you complete a
Change of Program Form with Enrolled Student Services in 104 Sikes Hall. If you are a former student continuing your studies, you will be readmitted into your previous major but in
the current catalog year. Senior students?students with 90+ hours?are readmitted into the major AND catalog year they were in when they last attended. Former students returning
whose major has been discontinued will return in a non-degree status and must change to a degree-granting program.
The Undergraduate Application for Re-Admission
is now closed for Fall 2016. The application will open October 10, 2016 for the Spring 2017 term.
|Part of Term
|| January 8, 2017
The Undergraduate Application for Re-Admission fee is $25.00. Online
instructions for payment are provided in the application.
Acceptance letters will be emailed to returning students to the email address
entered on the application.
After readmission and prior to enrolling in courses, all undergraduate former
students returning must meet with an advisor in the Academic Success Center
(ASC). Advising appointments are made on a first come, first served basis. If
you are considering taking a course over the summer, you are encouraged to meet
with an advisor early. Make your advising appointment here .
Course registration activity will not be permitted unless you meet with an ASC advisor.
Students who have been Academically Suspended/Dismissed
If you have been academically suspended from Clemson University, you will need to submit an Application for Re-Entrance in order to return.
If you have been academically dismissed from Clemson University, you will need to appeal your dismissal and submit an Application for Re-Entrance.
After the Appeals Committee on Academic Eligibility has met, a decision will be sent to you and the Office of the Registrar. The Office of the Registrar will then process all applications for which an
appeal was approved. You may go ahead and schedule an advising appointment with the Academic Success Center to have an academic plan in place.
*However, meeting with an advisor does not guarantee you will be granted re-admission. This is for planning purposes only.
The Appeals Committee on Academic Eligibility will meet on the following dates to review appeals:
|| May 9, 2016
|| August 8, 2016
|| January 9, 2017
Need registration help? See registration procedures
Former Graduate Students
Graduate students who were enrolled within the last two years must complete a
Request for Re-entrance, available from the Graduate Enrolled Student Services
Office, 104D Sikes Hall, or here: Graduate Request for Re-entrance
students are readmitted into the degree and major they were in when they last
attended Clemson University Graduate School.
Graduate students who were enrolled more than two years but less than six years
previously must complete an Application for Re-entrance, which must be approved
by the appropriate academic department. The application must show any
intervening graduate work, and appropriate official transcripts of the work may
be required by the Graduate School.
Graduate students who were not enrolled within the past six years are
considered new applicants and must submit a new application, application fee,
and all supporting materials to the Office of Admissions
, E209 Martin Hall.
Former graduate students who wish to pursue undergraduate coursework with no
immediate plans for graduate work should contact the Admissions Office for