College of Pharmacy Student Handbook 2023-2024

Barry and Judy Silverman College of Pharmacy 2023–2024 103 financial aid counselor to learn about impacts on their financial aid eligibility. An LOA request must be submitted at least 14 days prior to the beginning of the semester/term for the leave. Leaves requested after the semester/term has begun will be considered for approval only in a documented extreme circumstance. An approved LOA may be granted for up to 180 days within a 12-month period. For more details, including the Leave of Absence Request Form, visit the Office of the University Registrar’s website at 2. Administrative Break in Enrollment An administrative break in enrollment may be voluntary, imposed by the dean, or may occur when a student is absent for 20 percent or more of any course (including didactic and experiential). A student requesting a voluntary administrative break in enrollment must complete the proper paperwork obtained from the Office of Student Services. Additionally, a student must meet with a counselor in the Office of Student Financial Assistance to establish the parameters of the student’s financial aid. The financial aid of a student on an administrative break in enrollment will be adjusted accordingly, which may require a return of previously disbursed money. A student will not be able to obtain financial aid during an administrative break in enrollment regardless of the reason for the administrative break in enrollment. During an administrative break in enrollment, the student must follow the prescribed instructions and requirements associated with the administrative break in enrollment and, if applicable, complete rehabilitation or treatment for the reason that precipitated the necessity for the administrative break in enrollment. To resume the program, the student may be required to meet with the associate dean of the program and show that the preestablished instructions and requirements have been met and that the student shows reasonable likelihood that previous problem(s) will not recur and is eligible to resume the program. 3. Course Status During an Administrative Break in Enrollment In cases of withdrawal from a course, the student must repeat the course in its entirety during the next course offering, after returning from administrative break in enrollment, and will receive the earned grade. Until the course is repeated, the student may not progress to the next class year of study. If a student did not begin a course during the semester in which the student begins the administrative break in enrollment, the course will not be reflected on the student’s academic record and transcript. While on an administrative break in enrollment, a student is not eligible to attend any class or laboratory session, make up incomplete class work, or take any class examinations. A student who has been scheduled for one or more remediation examinations, or one or more course retakes, is not eligible to take an administrative break in enrollment except for documented medical reasons or for special circumstances approved by the dean’s office. A student requesting an administrative break in enrollment beyond one year in length must reapply o the program. (See Readmission Policy.)