Section IV: COC Programs
3.4.3 The institution publishes admissions policies consistent with its mission.
JUDGMENT OF COMPLIANCE
NARRATIVE/JUSTIFICATION FOR JUDGMENT OF COMPLIANCE
The University’s admission policies are published in the University Catalog. This catalog is printed for each academic year and contains admission information for all classifications: undergraduate, graduate, post-graduate, transfer and concurrent high school students. This information is also available electronically on the Office of Admissions web page. Admission policies are consistent with the Institutional Mission, as evidenced by the availability of a variety of support programs and alternative strategies that assist students to gain access to higher education who may not fully meet standard requirements for admission. The procedure for provisional admission is clearly outlined in the University Catalog. (Catalog 2004-2005, Division of Student Affairs, Academic Probation and Provisional Admission)
General undergraduate (Catalog 2004-2005, Division of Student Affairs, Undergraduate Admissions Requirements) and graduate requirements (Catalog 2004-2005, Division of Student Affairs, Graduate Admissions Requirement) are published in the University Catalog. In addition, some degree programs may have unique requirements and those are also identified in the University Catalog.
Admission policies, consistent with the Institutional Mission, are reviewed and approved by a number of University entities, including: