Medical Re-entry Process
Any student who takes a medical leave from the College, or is hospitalized while enrolled at College, must comply with the College’s re-entry process before resuming classes. This process is intended to ensure that a student who is returning from a medical leave or hospitalization is capable of successfully resuming their academic activities. The re-entry process includes the following steps: (1) student completes and submits a Student Medical Re-Entry Form; (2) student’s licensed health care provider completes and submits a Licensed Health Care Provider Form; and (3) following the submission of both forms, the student shall meet with the Vice President of Student Affairs for a re-entry interview to determine if and when it is appropriate for the student to resume his/her studies. Online forms for steps 1 and 2 are provided below.
The College’s Re-Entry Process is administered by the Office of the Vice President of Student Affairs. When the College is first informed of a student’s medical leave or hospitalization, the College will place a general “hold” on the student’s registration, pending the College’s decision on the student’s reentry. Throughout the re-entry process, the highest level of confidentiality will be maintained. For more information about the Re-Entry Process, please contact the Office of the Vice President of Student Affairs. Students subject to the College’s Suicide Prevention Protocol shall be required to comply with the Re-Entry Process. Copies of that Re-Entry policy or the Suicide Prevention Protocol are available in the Office of the Vice President of Student Affairs or electronically on the Student Affairs portal page (login required).