Former Embry-Riddle Students

For Undergraduate Students: A degree-seeking student whose attendance at the University is interrupted will be required to reapply for admission in any of the following circumstances:

  • Enrollment at another institution without advanced, written approval
  • A matriculated student who fails to enroll within one year from the ending date of their last course
  • A student who fails to matriculate within one year of admission
  • Academic suspension

A suspended student must satisfy the conditions for readmission as indicated in the letter of suspension before being readmitted. A written petition for readmission, current resume and application fee must accompany the application for consideration of readmission.

For Graduate Students: A new application will be required for students whose attendance at the University is interrupted for any of the following reasons:

  • Enrollment at another institution
  • A matriculated student who fails to enroll within one year from the ending date of their last course
  • A student who fails to matriculate within one year of admission
  • Academic dismissal from the University
  • Student does not complete the degree requirements of a graduate program within seven years from the date of initial enrollment in the graduate program

A dismissed student must satisfy the conditions for readmission as indicated in the letter of dismissal before being readmitted. A written petition for readmission, current resume and application fee must accompany the application for consideration of readmission.