Students reapplying from suspension, as well as students ready to return after an interruption of at least four consecutive semesters or 13 consecutive months, must apply for readmission as a former student at www.ApplyTexas.org. Please use the chart below to see if you should re-apply as a former student.
|Expected Semester of Enrollment||Last Semester of Attendance at UH||Necessary Action|
|Summer 2013||Fall 2011 or earlier||Re-apply as a former student|
|Spring 2012 or later||See your Academic Advisor*|
|Fall 2013||Spring 2012 or earlier||Re-apply as a former student|
|Summer 2012 or later||See your Academic Advisor*|
|Spring 2014||Summer 2012 or earlier||Re-apply as a former student|
|Fall 2012 or later||See your Academic Advisor*|
*All Students reapplying from suspension must apply for readmission as a former student at www.ApplyTexas.org.
Regardless of academic standing, you are required to meet re-entry requirements and deadlines and submit transcripts from all colleges you have attended since your last semester at UH. The $50 readmission application fee must also be paid in order to be readmitted and enroll. Application fee can be paid with a credit card or by mailing a check or money order to the Office of Admissions. Check or money order must be payable to: University of Houston. Please also note that former students will only be reviewed for their FIRST major choice on the Apply Texas application. Students who do not meet the readmission requirements for their first major choice must re-apply for a future semester.
The University of Houston considers all courses in the readmission grade point average. This includes UH and non-UH courses. Former undergraduates who are returning from suspension will also need to meet college specific re-entry requirements and deadlines.