Questions and Answers About Suspension
Will I be able to return to NC State?
- You may appeal to the Admissions Committee for readmission according to the process outlined in the regulation on Readmission of Former and Suspended Undergraduate Degree Students (http://policies.ncsu.edu/rule/rul-02-66-01). Documentation for your appeal must be submitted to:
Department of Registration and Records
Attention: Admissions Committee
North Carolina State University
Campus Box 7313
Raleigh, NC 27695-7313
Note: The Readmission Application for 2012 Summer/Fall will open February 13th, 2012. The deadline to submit the Readmission Committee packet will be March 15th, 2012, at 5 p.m
When can I return to NC State?
You may return for Fall of 2012 if you have successfully completed one of the processes outlined above. You may also enroll in classes during summer 2012 as a suspended student in order to attempt improving your GPA.
When can I pick up my belongings from the residence hall or my fraternity/sorority house?
You should contact the Area Office (http://www.ncsu.edu/housing/directory.php) for your residence hall to make arrangements to access the building prior to noon on December 23. If you are not able to come to NC State by that time, you will be able to access your room beginning at 9:00 a.m. on January 2, 2012 . You must completely vacate your room by 5:00 p.m. Thursday, January 6, 2012.
If you live in a fraternity or sorority house, you will need to contact the Greek Life Office (919-513-2910) beginning January 2nd to make arrangements to retrieve your belongings.
Will my financial aid be canceled?
Yes. To receive financial aid you must be considered by the university to be in good academic standing; if you are suspended (or on probation), you are not considered to be in good academic standing. To have your financial aid eligibility reinstated, you must be removed from suspension or probation, and then must submit a written appeal to the Office of Scholarships and Financial Aid requesting reinstatement of financial aid eligibility.
Will my meal plan be canceled?
You will need to submit a request to cancel your meal plan by either calling University Dining (919-515-3090) or submitting the online form.
When will I receive my refund for tuition and fees?
Refunds will be processed January 30th. This will allow enough time for credits from all departments to be processed and posted to your account. If you require a refund before this date, please complete the online refund request. If you are expecting a refund and are not already signed up for direct deposit, please do so through the MyPack Portal - select "Main Menu", "Student Self Service", "Campus Finances", and "Account Summary". Select the "Direct Deposit for Refunds" button.
Will my student health insurance be canceled?
You will no longer be eligible to receive services from Student Health and you will not be eligible for insurance through Pearce & Pearce.
If you have a Research/Teaching Assistantship through the Graduate Student Support Plan (GSSP), you may be eligible for COBRA. Contact Hill, Chesson & Woody at 919-645-0240 for more information. If you purchased private insurance you should contact your carrier to determine future eligibility.
How long will I be able to access my university e-mail?
Your email account will remain active until January 17th, 2011.
Can I take distance education courses?
For students suspended with a cumulative GPA less than 1.0, distance education courses are not an option during the student’s mandatory one semester break.
Suspended students with a cumulative GPA above 1.0 may still enroll in distance education courses with the permission of their advisor. You can locate the advisor authorization form online.
Can I take courses at another college or university?
Yes, but other options, such as grade exclusions, may serve you better. You should discuss your options with your advisor or the advising coordinator in your college. If you do decide to take courses at another college or university, please consult the list of courses that will transfer to NC State.