At Newman University, we value our students and are delighted when one of them decides to return to Newman to complete a degree program.
Students who have attended Newman University as an undergraduate student and wish to re-enter after a minimum of one (1) semester of separation must complete the Re-Admit process.
In order to be re-admitted to Newman University, students must complete the following steps:
- If you have taken classes at any other college or university since you have been enrolled at Newman, you should re-apply to Newman using the transfer student application. In addition to the transfer application you must submit official copies of all transcripts from any other college you've attended.
- If you have not enrolled anywhere else since your time at Newman, please complete the Re-Admit application below and turn it in to the Registrar's Office:
- If you were dismissed from Newman for any reason, you must also submit a request to be approved by the Academic Exceptions Committee
- If a student has any holds on his or her record (Financial, Academic, Discipline, etc.), that hold must be cleared prior to the Re-Admit being approved