Applicants who fail to meet full admission requirements but show potential for academic success at the university level may be admitted on a conditional basis. These admitted students are required to follow stipulations outlined in a Conditional Acceptance letter. The University works closely with conditionally accepted students to develop a plan for meeting the required stipulations and achieving regular admission status. Students typically remain under the conditional acceptance status for one semester. A regular status can be obtained after achieving good academic standing. Students who fail to achieve good academic standing at the end of the first semester may be dismissed or placed in a special support program.