An RIT account free of "holds" and no "I" grades on the transcript
Asssessment that the student is ready to handle college level work and capable of making academic progress in CRP and long term
Knowledge of the student's genuine interest and ability to focus/commit to learning new study skills, developing healthy habits, proactively engaging in their learning environment, etc.
Confidence in the student's ability to meet all reinstatement requirements, and discussion about reinstatement conditions back to the original department or transfer to a new department. The referring department should carefully define reinstatement conditions so that students can meet criteria if successful in CRP. CRP students must be readmitted to an academic department if they meet the CRP and reinstatement criteria on the referral or by the new department's written standards
Recommended courses on the referral that match the student's schedule in SIS, or whether other courses are more appropriate
Referrals should be carefully considered and not used as a process for managed attrition
We can accept up to 100 eligible students per term, on a case-by-case basis