Any former undergraduate who has not attended Western Illinois University for one or more spring or fall terms must complete an undergraduate readmission form in the Office of the Registrar, Sherman Hall 110. An electronic application may be accessed online at wiu.edu/registrar. If the student has taken any college-level coursework since attending WIU, he or she must have an official transcript of this work sent directly to the Office of the Registrar. A student who has been academically suspended and who has sat out one regular semester following the suspension will be readmitted without appeal to the University by completing the readmission application form. The student will be placed on academic probation and required to meet specific stipulations assigned by the University. A student who has been academically dismissed (has one or more academic suspensions) can attend Western only during the summer terms. If at the end of any summer term, the student’s cumulative grade point is equivalent to a 2.00 or higher, the student may continue at Western.
Readmission applications and necessary transcripts must be on file at least two weeks prior to the term for which the student is applying.
Students who re-enter the University after an absence of two regular terms must meet the requirements of the current catalog unless they receive written permission from the dean of the college in which they are enrolled to continue under an earlier catalog. This written permission must be filed in the Office of the Registrar within nine weeks of matriculation and the catalog chosen may not predate re-enrollment by more than three years.
This policy is designed for former WIU students with a severe cumulative honor point deficiency who have not attended WIU for a minimum of three years.
The New Start provision may be exercised only once, and all grades that a student has received at WIU will be used to determine class rank and honors. Any student under this policy must complete a minimum of 30 semester hours after returning to WIU to qualify for graduation. All courses taken and grades earned will appear on the transcript.