Withdrawal in good standing from graduate studies requires the student to file
the normal withdrawal papers, obtainable from the Office of Student Affairs. A
student who withdraws in good academic, financial, and disciplinary standing
with the University is normally permitted to re-enroll upon approval of a
standard application for re-admission. Absence for more than two years,
however, may require the student to prepare a new study plan meeting new
requirements as amended since the student's initial matriculation.