Withdrawing and Readmitted Students
There may be times during your college career when your health needs require prioritization over your life as a student at Notre Dame. Students whose mental and/or physical health issues are impeding their academic progress may consider taking a Health Withdrawal. A Health Withdrawal consists of taking time away from Notre Dame to address a student's health concerns. This often involves time-off to focus on medical and/or psychiatric treatment, skill building, and lifestyle changes. Students who take a health withdrawal work to address their health issues, often with the goal of returning to Notre Dame once the health issue is being managed or, in some cases, resolved. For additional information on students considering taking a health withdrawal, please visit the Health Withdrawal Process.
For students who have taken a health withdrawal and are looking for information on the readmission process, please visit Readmission Deadlines and Requirements. Once readmitted, students take part in our Readmitted Students Program dedicated to meeting the needs and concerns of returning students. The program includes the following:
- Readmitted Student Orientation before the start of the semester
- Devising a Transitioning Care Plan
- Workshops designed for the development of skills and strategies
- Study tables where students can connect with other readmitted students
- One-on-one check-ins with a Care & Wellness Consultant
For questions about the withdrawal or readmission process, or the Readmitted Students Program please contact Annie Eaton, Care and Wellness Consultant, at firstname.lastname@example.org.