In addition to academic requirements for admission, students must be in good standing and eligible to re-enroll at any college attended, and:
- Not expelled, suspended, denied admission or readmission.
- Not convicted of a felony or lesser crime or moral turpitude.
- Not acted in a manner that would be grounds for expulsion, suspension, dismissal or denial of readmission.
If the institution finds than an applicant falls into a category above, then the institution shall deny admission if it decides that any of the events described indicates unfitness.
If an applicant is denied admission on any of the foregoing grounds, there must be substantial evidence supporting the basis for denial. In addition, the applicant must be afforded adequate procedural safeguards, including the following:
- Be advised of the grounds of the denial.
- Be informed of the facts which form a basis of the denial.
- Be afforded an opportunity to be heard.
Physical, emotional and mental status of the student must be such that no danger is presented to him or others while attending the University. If there is any question of the status of the student, the university may require a diagnostic examination.
For more information on Non-Academic Criteria, please contact the Office of Admissions and Recruitment by calling (918) 444-4675, 1-800-722-9614.