Conditional-Incomplete Admission (CIA)

Students are often granted admission with incomplete admissions requirements, particularly if they are enrolled in courses at another institution during their admissions process. In these cases, students are obligated to complete admissions requirements before the last date of the first term enrolled (unless otherwise noted by the academic department). This includes submission of all final official transcripts, with no in-progress coursework. Failure to satisfactorily complete all requirements may result in the withdrawal of the university’s acceptance offer, or forfeiture of financial aid and registration privileges.

Note that students are not eligible to receive financial aid until their admissions requirements are submitted in full. Financial aid cannot be awarded retroactively for terms in which a student took courses but was not fully admitted to their specific program.