Reinstatement to Academic Good Standing

Unless otherwise specified at the time of suspension, the official status of the suspended student for academic reasons will be reflected in the academic record as “Academic Suspension” for the passage of one regular term, after which time the student is returned to “Good Standing,” thereby permitting enrollment at another institution. All students who are suspended from Berea College automatically are placed in the category “not in good standing” until the end of the next regular academic term, unless the governing body (e.g., the Student Admissions and Academic Standing Committee, the Labor Program Council, etc.) specifies a different length of time. Students who are expelled from the College are never returned to good standing and cannot be readmitted to the College. (See “Academic Standing and Reinstatement to Good Standing” in the Enrollment and Registration section for more information.)