Financial clearance must be granted from the Business Office before the return. 2. Withdrawals require a petition for re-admittance prior to confirmation of registration. Students must submit a written explanation of their ability to return to the program. 3. Courses carrying an “F,” “W,” “WF,” or “I” must be completed before students are officially re -admitted to regular status in the program. 4. Students are responsible for the tuition rate in effect at the time they re-enroll. 5. Should students withdraw after attending any part of the course, the appropriate charges for partial class attendance will be assessed (see Refund Policy). 6. If students are not enrolled for more than one year and are later readmitted, they must meet the degree requirements current at the time of readmission. See the Withdrawals and Return of Title IV Funds Policy in the Financial Aid section of this catalog for more information. Writing Expectations Students in the College of Arts & Sciences are expected to achieve a high level of skill in college-level writing. To this end, several courses are available to aid students in the development of writing skills, with additional help available through the university Writing Center. Further, to prevent plagiarism and to present their written work properly, students are expected to follow the style handbook associated with the academic discipline of the course they are taking. The style handbook of the Modern Language Association (MLA) is the preferred manual for English and other humanities disciplines (with the exception of Biblical Studies and Christian Ministry); the Turabian style manual is used in Biblical Studies and Christian Ministry courses; and the style manual of the American Psychological Association (APA) is used in social science courses, such as those in Psychology and Organizational Leadership. Students become familiar with all of these style manuals in the freshman composition courses. Nevertheless, students are expected to acquire the manual associated with their major and to follow it in writing papers and preventing plagiarism. Course syllabi will indicate the expected writing style manual for each course and the required textbooks and/or manuals students will need in order to present their work properly for that class. REGISTRATION Only students who have formally applied and have been officially accepted to enroll at Regent University may register for courses. An open registration period for each term shall be conducted in the previous semester. Students who register within two weeks of the beginning of the session may be charged a late registration fee. All new students are strongly encouraged to participate in orientation programs. Contact [email protected] for details. All new online students (first time students, as well as transfers) are strongly encouraged to enroll in “Regent Foundations of Success” during their first semester.
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