Denial of Admission
Under Board of Regents’ policy (301), MSU Billings “may deny or condition admission, readmission, or continuing enrollment of any individual who, in the judgment of the campus, presents an unreasonable risk to the safety and welfare of the campus and persons thereon. In making such judgment, the campus may, among other things, take into account the individual’s history and experience relative (a) to violence and destructive tendencies, (b) to behavior on other educational institutions, and (c) to any rehabilitative therapy the individual may have undergone.”
Based on this policy and completion of the application for admission and other application materials (which may include but not be limited to the Safety Questionnaire, counselor input, advising or other student affairs interview and input), a student may be denied admission or may be given provisional admission at part-time or full-time status under the guidance of an advisor.
Reasons for denial shall be communicated to the individual in writing. Applicants may appeal their denial to the Vice Chancellor for Student Affairs.