3.4 Admissions - History
Chapter 3 - Educational Policies
Date of Adoption: 1/18/95,
Date of Implementation: 7/01/95,
Date & Subject of Revisions:
7/20/11 - amended Part 2 to consider students for admission. Amended Part 3 to require a passing score on the Ability to Benefit Test for students who do not have a high school diploma or a GED. Amended Part 4, A2 to allow state universities to use the high school grade point average as an admission criterion when the class rank is not available.
4/19/06 - Policy title amended to "Undergraduate" Admissions. Part 1 amended to clarify Admissions definition, and an International Student definition was added. Part 3, number 3 was amended to refer back to Policy 3.3. Part 4, Subpart B was amended to clarify requirements for students transferring into a state university. Subpart D removes requirement annual exceptions report to the Board - requires documentation and records. Part 5 requires the Chancellor to develop a procedure and deletes Subparts A-H.
4/21/99 - Amended some language in definitions, also added Part 5, Subpart G to allow administrators to deny admission to students who have been suspended or expelled from other institutions for disciplinary reasons.