Full Acceptance means that the student’s application file is 100% complete, and the student is accepted into the program without conditions.
Students who are admitted provisionally receive an acceptance letter stating the provisions of their admission, and what is necessary in order to receive full acceptance. Provisional acceptance applies to students who either lack one or more particular elements of preparation or who need to fulfill requirements for full acceptance. The provisions stated in the acceptance letter must be satisfied by the stated deadlines, and prior to the student being allowed to register for a second term. It is the student’s responsibility to work closely with an assigned faculty advisor and to make sure the Student Services Office has received the necessary documentation demonstrating that all provisions have been met. A letter of full acceptance is then issued from the Office of Admissions.