Provision of Personal Status and Emergency Contact Information
enrollment from Albion for one or two semesters. Applications must be made in writing to the vice president for student affairs prior to the semester for which the student is requesting the leave of absence. A student who is granted a leave of absence may normally participate in enrollment procedures of regularly enrolled students for such considerations as registration, room lottery, and applications for financial assistance. The student is expected to return to Albion following a leave.
All students are required to provide their full name, permanent address, marital status, cellular telephone number, and emergency contact information to the College during their enrollment at the College, and are required to notify the College of any changes to this information as soon as possible. Students who change their personal status (e.g., name, marital status, or permanent address) must notify the Registrarâ€™s Office so that accurate records may be maintained by the College. Students residing on campus must provide their cellular telephone number and emergency contact information to the Office of Residential Life when they move into a College-owned residential space. Residential Life staff will confirm this contact information with all residential students at the beginning of each academic year, and will ensure that changes to this information are noted in College records. Students must notify the Office of Residential Life as soon as possible of any changes to this information. Commuter students and students residing off-campus must provide this information to the Department of Campus Safety at or before they begin to attend classes on campus. The Department of Campus Safety will confirm this contact information with all non-residential students at the beginning of each academic year, and will ensure that changes to this information are noted in College records. Non-residential students must notify the Department of Campus Safety as soon as possible of any changes to this information.
Withdrawal from College Students who wish to withdraw from the College during a semester (i.e., withdrawing after enrollment has been completed at the beginning of a semester and before the completion of final exams) should initiate the withdrawal process by contacting the vice president for student affairs. To withdraw at the end of a semester, students should also contact the vice president for student affairs. Students will be notified via e-mail that technology accounts are disabled 14 days after Information Technology is notified that a student has withdrawn from the College. After the account is disabled, personal Web pages and files stored on network drives are deleted, and the e-mail account is inactivated.
Readmission Former students, or students who have completed withdrawal procedures, may apply for readmission to the College at the Office of the Vice President for Student Affairs. Applications for readmission are to be submitted at least one month prior to the beginning of the semester in which the student wishes to return.
Leave of Absence
Leave of absence is a privilege that may be extended to those who desire to interrupt, but not to discontinue permanently, their
The Albion College statement on student educational rights and privacy appears in Appendix A at the end of this chapter of the Student Handbook.
Published on Jul 16, 2013
Published on Jul 16, 2013
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