Readmissions Policy for Service Members
Methodist University has a policy of promptly readmitting service members who must withdraw from classes or are unable to attend school due to military service. These students will be readmitted with the same academic status they had when last attending the university.
To initiate the readmission process, the service member must contact the Fort Liberty Office or Office of Admissions and provide oral or written notice of their service. The notice does not have to indicate whether the student intends to return to the university and may not be subject to any rule of timeliness.
Once the student completes their period of service, they must provide oral or written notice of their intent to return to the university within three years. Upon receiving this notice, the Office of Admissions will promptly readmit the student into the next class or classes in the program beginning after they provide notice of intent to reenroll.
The student will be readmitted with the same academic status, to the same program, at the same enrollment status, with the same number of credit hours previously completed, and with the same academic standing. It is important to note that the cumulative length of absence, including all previous absences from the university for military service members, may not exceed five years.