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Revised 11/02/2010, AMJ Things You Need To Know About The Reinstatement Process

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Revised 11/02/2010, AMJ
Things You Need To Know About The Reinstatement Process
Read the petition carefully! It fully explains the reinstatement process.
A student may petition up to two calendar years (six academic semesters) prior to the
date of the request for reinstatement.
The only allowable criteria for being reinstated:
1. University error
2. Third Party Performance
3. Extenuating Circumstances Beyond Control of the Student
If approved for reinstatement you need to present your reinstatement letter to the
Cashier's Office and are responsible for full payment of tuition, the late payment fee, a
late registration fee and any additional prior or current term fees (i.e. library fines, prior
term tuition) in order to be reinstated.
When you are reinstated it will be for the full course load for which you were registered.
Not attending the first class session of a course does not constitute officially dropping of
a course. Therefore, you will be responsible for the tuition and fees for all of the classes
for which you registered.
If you don't understand something about the process please ask!!! We are located in


Source: Arslan, Hüseyin - Department of Electrical Engineering, University of South Florida


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