A student is placed on academic suspension for the following reason(s):
ACU policy states that suspended students will not be allowed to enroll for at least one long semester. Thus, a student on academic suspension for the fall 2015 semester may apply for readmission to ACU for the spring 2016 semester.
Appealing Academic Suspension
If you believe that extenuating circumstances contributed to your academic suspension, you may wish to appeal your suspension and in order to do so your appeal must be received by the deadline below:
In order to appeal your academic suspension, you must follow the process below:
If your appeal is denied or you do not wish to appeal, classes for which you are registered will be dropped.
While suspended, the University Readmission Committee strongly recommends that you take a full-time (12 hour or more) academic load at another institution and achieve a 2.5 GPA on those hours. Failure to take classes away from ACU will likely result in being denied readmission when you apply. If the institution which you decide to attend has a policy about not admitting suspended students from other universities, you should provide a copy of this policy and ask if you can enroll as a transient student for one semester. Please contact the Registrar’s Office if you have any questions or concerns about this issue.