A former student of Pennsylvania College of Technology, Williamsport Area Community College, or Williamsport Technical Institute who wishes to re-enroll must apply for re-admission through the Admissions Office. The following restrictions apply:
- A student who re-enrolls in the same major in which he/she was last enrolled and re-enrolls within two years of the last date he/she attended the College is allowed to meet graduation requirements that were in effect at the time the student was originally enrolled.
- A student who re-enrolls in the same major in which he/she was last enrolled and re-enrolls more than two years after he/she last attended the College must meet the most current graduation requirements and pay a nonrefundable application fee. All course work previously completed will be reviewed on a course-by-course basis to determine whether it meets current graduation requirements. All courses completed will remain on the student's transcript. Only credits for courses that meet the current requirements will be used in calculating the student's graduation grade-point average.
- A student who re-enrolls in a different major than the one in which he/she was last enrolled is subject to a course-by-course evaluation to determine whether the completed course work meets the requirements of the new major. Only credits for courses that meet the requirements of the current major will be used in calculating the student's graduation grade-point average. However, all courses completed will remain on the student's transcript. A student re-enrolling in a new major is required to meet the graduation requirements in effect at the time of re-enrollment.
- A student who re-enrolls more than three years after leaving the institution or wishes to enroll in a major where the math, English, and reading requirements are significantly different from the earlier major may be required to take placement tests to assure academic readiness for reentry.
Re-admission into competitive or limited-enrollment majors is dependent upon space available.
Students who were on academic probation during their last semester or who were academically suspended/dismissed from the College may be eligible to appeal to re-enroll. Specific details of the appeal process are provided by Academic Affairs on the Academic Probation Web page.
Special circumstances may be appealed to the Vice President for Academic Affairs/Provost or his/her designee.