A “Returning student” is a former Calhoun student who has not attended any college or university within one calendar year (3 semesters). Students will be required to submit a new application for admission. If students have attended college elsewhere during this period, the transfer student application must be completed and official transcripts must be submitted to the Office of Admissions and Records. Calhoun students who wish to enroll under a different student type (i.e., Dual Enrollment student who wishes to enroll as a freshman upon high school graduation), must submit an updated application for admission prior to the term of intended enrollment.
For unconditional admission and to be classified as degree eligible, applicants must submit to the Admissions office a completed “returning student” application for admission and a primary form of identification.
Calhoun Community College will promptly readmit any student who could not attend school due to military service*. Students will have the same academic status they held when last attending or accepted for admission following the provision below. The student will be enrolled into the next classes in his/her program of study.
*Military service is defined as service (voluntary or involuntary) in the armed forces. This includes: service by a member of the National Guard or Reserve on active duty and active duty for training or full-time National Guard duty under federal authority for a period of more than 30 consecutive days under a call or order to active duty of more than 30 consecutive days.