Admissions Appeals Request
(for Students Currently on Academic Suspension from Their Previous Institutions)
The application for admission contains the question, "Are you currently on suspension from the last college / university you attended?" Lawson State Community College applicants who answer "Yes" to this question must have their admission applications reviewed by the Admissions Appeals Committee before they may be considered for admittance. This is because the response is indicative of one who is currently on Academic Suspension from the last institution attended. The Admissions Appeals Committee reviews admission appeal cases (and renders decisions) a few days prior to the beginning of each semester.
Application Steps (Following a Suspension):
Once the committee reviews all appeals, applicants are notified of their admission status by telephone and followed by a formal admission or non-admission letter. If you are currently on Academic Suspension at the last college / university you attended and wish to apply for admission at Lawson State, please follow these steps to complete your admission file and to initiate an admission appeal:
Step 1: Complete Your Application for Admission
Submit a completed application for admission.
Step 2: Submit your form of ID
Submit the required form(s) of ID.
Step 3: Submit your Official Transcripts to Lawson State
Have official transcripts from each previously attended college / university sent to our office, including your high school transcript and / or GED score report to Lawson State Community College.
Step 4: Submit Your Admission Appeal Online
Write / Submit Your Appeal
Click the link to the left to submit your appeal in writing (online) and follow the instructions on the provided form. Your written appeal should address the circumstances that led to your academic suspension. Please note all extenuating circumstances which affected your ability to successfully complete your courses. The Admissions Appeals Committee will review admissions appeals from students whose files are completed three or more days before the beginning of a semester.