System Procedure 3.4.1 Undergraduate Admissions - History

System Procedures
Chapter 3 - Educational Policies
Board Policy 3.3

System Procedure History:

Date of Adoption: 08/13/06
Date of Implementation: 08/13/06
Date of Last Review: 07/31/18

Date & Subject of Amendments:

08/09/22 – Added a catch-all language in Part 3, Subpart A to capture changes coming from the U.S. Department of Education, updated the Ability to Benefit test scores in Part 6, Subp D, and the financial hold language in Part 9 to allow registration holds to be temporarily lifted for currently incarcerated and enrolling in a college or university prison partnership program, or students enrolling in federal, state, county, or other public or non-profit sponsored academic programs. Expanded availability of appeals in Part 11.

07/31/18 – Added the Part 2 Definitions section and four definitions, relocated the Part 3 Admission Requirements section from Policy 3.4 to this procedure, clarified the Part 6, subpart C language on documentation required by high school students, in Part 9, added “Exceptions will be made for students enrolling in non-credit and closed-credit courses offered through Continuing Education and Customized Training (CECT)”, and updated the language and formatting with the new writing and formatting styles.

06/20/12 - Amended to include a final sentence to Part 4, Subpart E, that provides students with written notification that they will not qualify for federal financial aid.

06/20/12 - Added Part 4, Subpart E, Approved Ability to Benefit Test.

01/25/12 - The Chancellor amends all current system procedures effective February 15, 2012, to change the term "Office of the Chancellor" to "system office" or similar term reflecting the grammatical context of the sentence.

06/14/10 - Added Part 7, Financial Holds and Part 8, Visiting Student Status. Amended Part 9, Appeals.