Re-entry & Resiliency Plan (updated 9/16/21)
We are excited to be a part of your educational journey. As you navigate your way through the admissions process, our Admissions team is here to help. We will assign you an enrollment counselor to use as a resource throughout the process.
Readmission procedures have been established for the following categories of students:
These students should contact the Office of Admissions and:
Due to changing admission and curriculum requirements, the University reserves the right to reevaluate all academic courses, whether completed at Carlow or elsewhere, to determine what will be credited toward a student’s degree. The University also reserves the right to request placement tests where appropriate. Students are readmitted on the academic standing status they held when they last attended Carlow University. Students follow the catalog in effect at the time of readmission. Some exceptions may apply. Students who seek academic forgiveness should refer to the course catalog.
We’ve partnered with other institutions to allow you to take Carlow classes while enrolled at your home institution, at your home institution’s per-credit cost, giving you a head start on completing your bachelor’s degree in particular programs at Carlow. Institutions include:
Get started on your joint admissions application.
Guest students, also known as visiting students or transient students, are those who wish to register for coursework (12 credits or less), but are not admitted to a program of study. They are not eligible for financial aid or academic recognition. Those interested should contact the Office of the Registrar.
If you have already applied to Carlow, you can check your admission status through Bridge to Carlow.
Once you inquire or apply, you will be assigned an enrollment counselor to help guide you through the enrollment process.
Accessibility accommodations are available (submit a request).