The spring 2022 application process has closed and is not available to fall 2021 academic dismissals. To show interest in applying for a fall 2022 appeal application please visit the Fall 2022 Application for Reinstatement Form.
Please note: This is not an application. You will be emailed when the application opens for fall 2022 Application for Reinstatement.
In order to be in good academic standing, and to be making academic progress toward a degree or certificate, a student must meet a minimum cumulative grade point average and successfully accumulate credits according to the standards outlined in the SUNY Broome catalog. View the standards for academic progress.
A student who does not meet the minimum Standards for Academic Progress requirements after being on Academic and Financial Aid Warning for one term will be academically dismissed. A student who has been academically dismissed may apply for reinstatement to the Academic Dismissal/Reinstatement Committee on the basis of: injury or illness, the death of a relative, or other special circumstances, with appropriate documentation.
A student who has been academically dismissed from a program and does not wish to apply for reinstatement may continue to attend as a non-matriculated student. A non-matriculated student may continue to take classes, but is not enrolled (matriculated) in a program and is not eligible for financial aid.
Please select an option below to learn more information.
You can enroll as a non-matriculated student at SUNY Broome if you do not wish to apply for reinstatement. Non-matriculated students take courses but are not enrolled in a formal degree program and therefore do not receive financial aid. Students enrolled non-matriculated may utilize campus support services, but will be responsible for all tuition and fees associated with their course(s) without the aid of Federal financial aid.
Notes: Students who chose to take classes as a non-matriculated student and who meet Standards for Academic Progress requirements within 3 consecutive terms from Academic Dismissal (fall, spring, or summer) may be readmitted into their previous program of study without re-applying through Admissions*. Students who take longer than 3 consecutive terms (fall, spring, or summer) to meet SAP requirements need to apply through Admissions to be readmitted.
*Competitive admission programs may have different requirements for readmission.
If you wish to enroll as a non-matriculated student, please use: Course Registration for Non-Matriculated Students form.
Apply for reinstatement following an academic dismissal
A student may apply for reinstatement to the Academic Dismissal/Reinstatement Committee on the basis of: injury or illness, the death of a relative, or other special circumstances, with appropriate documentation.
Applications for spring 2024 reinstatement will be accepted beginning September 15. The deadline to apply for spring 2024 reinstatement is December 15 at 5:00 pm. Your application and relevant documentation needs to be submitted prior to the deadline.
All communication regarding the academic reinstatement process will be with your official SUNY Broome email address.*
Note: Students who are in a degree program (matriculated) during fall 2023 and are dismissed from the fall 2023 semester are not eligible to apply for spring 2024 reinstatement. Fall 2023 students who are dismissed need to wait and apply for reinstatement for fall 2024. The fall 2024 reinstatement application opens mid-February.
*SUNY Broome Community College uses the SUNY Broome issued email as its official method of communication. All communication regarding your approved reinstatement will be solely with your official SUNY Broome issued email address. You are responsible for reading and responding to the emails you receive. If you have questions about your login credentials for your SUNY Broome issued email, please contact Information Technology Services via email at ITSupport@sunybroome.edu or via phone at + 1 (607) 778-5011.
Application for Reinstatement FAQs
What are the next steps if my application for reinstatement is approved?
If your application is approved, you will be required to develop an academic recovery plan that will detail how you will progress and get back into Good Academic Standing. Information on creating an academic recovery plan will be sent to your SUNY Broome email address.
What happens if I was previously on an Academic Continuance Plan?
If you enrolled on an Academic Continuance Plan previously, you would have been required to maintain a 2.00 semester GPA and complete at least 70% of all enrolled credits by earning a satisfactory final grade.
If you did not meet both of these conditions, you incurred a permanent loss of financial aid here at SUNY Broome, and therefore, will have to pay for your tuition without the assistance of PELL, TAP or Federal student loans until such time as you meet Satisfactory Academic Progress standards.
When will my academic dismissal hold be lifted?
Your academic dismissal hold will not be lifted until your application is approved and you have created an academic recovery plan.
What happens if my application for reinstatement is denied?
A student who has their application for reinstatement after academic dismissal denied by the Academic Dismissal/Reinstatement Committee has the opportunity to appeal the decision.
What is the spring 2024 reinstatement deadline?
The spring 2024 reinstatement deadline is December 15 at 5:00 pm.
When will I hear back about my application?
Applicants will typically hear back about a month after they submit the application.
Questions regarding the reinstatement process can be directed to the Academic Dismissal/Reinstatement Committee at firstname.lastname@example.org