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Reinstatement to Ph.D. Program
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Students who withdrew or were discontinued from the Mechanical Engineering Ph.D. program may seek reinstatement to the same program by submitting the reinstatement application.
Applying to the Mechanical Engineering Department:
- Reinstatement Application (online)
- There are narrative responses to fill out on the online application:
- Why did you discontinue your study in the Ph.D. program?
- How have your experiences since your last enrollment provided you with additional skills, interests, and motivation to return to doctoral study?
- Why have you decided to return to doctoral study?
- Include a timeline with approximate dates detailing when you plan to complete each step of your doctoral degree coursework, preliminary exams, research, analysis, writing, defending and finishing.
- If on academic probation in the last term of enrollment, provide a statement noting the reasons for lack of academic progress, explaining how conditions that produced poor performance have changed and present specific plans for improvement.
- Submit a Petition for Modification or Waiver of Regulation to Mechanical Engineering
The Graduate Program Chair will review the application and provide a decision to Rackham Graduate School.
Students who withdrew or were discontinued and wish to apply to a new Ph.D. program must submit a brand new Rackham Graduate School Application. For additional information see Rackham's Reinstatement to a Ph.D. Program or policy on the Reinstatement process. Rackham has a Reinstatement Application Checklist and Process for review.