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Dismissal / Readmission / Holdover

Dismissal (Disenrollment)

 

 Unsatisfactory Academic Performance (Undergraduate)
- A student is dismissed if he/she receives 3 consecutive academic warnings or 4 academic warnings in total since the academic year of 2000, despite two holdovers.
- A student joined since the academic year of 2001 is dismissed if he/she fails to achieve a GPA more than 1.00 in two consecutive semesters.
- Academic warnings remain regardless of a student’s enrollment status (holdover, dismissal, and LOA) and can be continuously accumulated. However, the academic warnings that a readmitted student received during his/her first admission will be deleted.
- If a readmitted student who was dismissed before due to the accumulation of academic warnings receives 3 consecutive academic warnings or 4 academic warnings in total they will be permanently dismissed.
 
 Voluntary Dismissal
- A student who wishes to disenroll for his/her own personal reasons needs to file a request by him/herself or their parents. The request needs to be submitted to the administrative office and be signed by the student and their parents.
 
 LOA Expiration
- A student who fails to apply for re-entry within three weeks after the granted LOA semester(s) expires is dismissed.
 
 Overdue Tuition Payment
- A student who fails to pay tuition and other compulsory fees to the University in a timely manner or file a LOA request is dismissed.
 
 Note
- A D-2 Visa holder needs to leave Korea within 30 days since he/she is dismissed (D-2 Visa is nullified in 30 days).
 
 
 
Readmission
 
 Readmission Application
- The readmission request is applicable after 1 year from the dismissal.
→ For example if a student was dismissed Mar. 22, 2015, he/she can file a readmission request from Mar. 23, 2016. As a result his/her request will be filed for the 2016 fall semester. The readmission application period for the 2016 fall semester is Jul. 25(Mon)~Jul. 29(Fri).
- A student who filed for a withdrawal from the combined Master-Ph.D. course can apply for readmission the very next semester if he/she is a conferred master’s degree.
- The readmission application and may or may not be accepted if a department has a remaining enrollment quota.
 
 Completion Requirements for Readmitted Students
- Once a student is readmitted, the completion requirements may be adjusted according to his/her year of study, earned credits, completed semesters, etc.
 
 Limit
- If a student who has been readmitted after dismissal due to the unsatisfactory academic performance or disciplinary actions is dismissed due to the same reason, he/she is subject to permanent dismissal.
 
 
 
Holdover
 
-  A student who receives 3 consecutive academic warnings or 4 academic warnings in total
-  A holdover student can nullify the academic results of 2 semesters including the very last semester.
-  A holdover student needs to submit a ①Student Consent and a ②Written Promise for Improvement to the administrative office.
-  A student is dismissed if he/she receives 3 consecutive academic warnings or 4 academic warnings in total despite having two holdovers.