Readmit

Dive Back In

Find out what you need to know about the readmit process.

Ready to readmit?

Resuming Your Education

Life can be an unpredictable journey. Whatever your reason for leaving, we can’t wait to welcome you back. The process is simple, so let’s reconnect and pick up where we left off.

Steps to Apply

If you have been withdrawn from BPC for 2 semesters or more you will need to submit a new application and pay the $35 application fee.

1.

Address any holds on your account with the appropriate departments.

Account holds may include:

  • Medical hold — If your withdrawal was medically related, the Office of the Registrar (Linked to registrar’s office) requires a letter from the attending licensed medical doctor or psychiatrist verifying that your health has sufficiently improved to return to academic studies.
  • Academic hold — If you withdrew from Brewton-Parker for academic reasons, you will need to submit a letter of appeal to the VP of Academics. For more information, contact the Provost’s Office (Link to the provosts office).
  • Accounting hold — Contact the Business Office (Link to Business Office).

2.

Submit your FAFSA

3.

Submit your official transcript
After you are readmitted, submit your $XXX enrollment deposit and complete your personalized enrollment checklist, including registering for classes on MyWeb. To access MyWeb, you’ll need your login information for SSO.

Admission Requirements

Unless you have any holds on your account, there are no additional requirements for readmission.


Brewton-Parker College
PO Box 197
Mount Vernon, GA 30445

Have Questions?

If you have questions about the admissions process or how to submit your documents, please contact your admissions counselor.

912-583-3265

Note: Your application will not be reviewed until the documents from steps 3 and 4 have been received. You can log in to your admissions account at any time and see what you are missing. 

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