- Clear all account holds before submitting reinstatement documents. The Academic Review Committee cannot consider a student for reinstatement until all
student account holds are cleared. Some examples of holds that will block your reinstatement
and class registration are: past due balance holds; collections holds; disciplinary
holds; and various fines such as parking or library fines. Students can check for
student account holds by logging into the myUT portal.
- Check financial aid status and eligibility. It is important to note that academic probation or suspension is a separate process
from financial aid probation or suspension. Students planning to receive federal financial
aid must contact Rocket Solutions Central at 419.530.8700 or email@example.com to verify their financial aid status and eligibility for the semester you are requesting
to be reinstated.
This letter must be typed in Microsoft Word and attached to an email using your UT Rockets e-mail account (if you are still able to access it). Your letter should include a proper greeting and closing. The letter should address steps that you will take to significantly improve your academic performance upon your return to school. Your appeal letter must also include an assessment of your academic goals. This letter should be one page in length. Re-evaluate your priorities and consider the value of a college degree. You must include your complete mailing address, Rocket Number, e-mail address, and phone number(s) in your letter. Your letter will not be accepted if it does not contain your contact information.
Appeal letters received after this date(s) will not be reviewed or considered for reinstatement. Please do not wait to submit your materials until the last day. The sooner you submit your materials, the sooner the Academic Review Committee will be able to make a decision as to your possible reinstatement. If your reinstatement is approved, you will be notified by our office for your next steps.
Department of Exploratory Studies
Rocket Hall 1300