In certain situations, a student may apply to declare academic bankruptcy. In such cases, the student’s academic record for the term(s) specified will be stricken. The bankruptcy policy is subject to the following:
- Only a student who has been readmitted to Kentucky State University after an interruption of two or more years is eligible to declare academic bankruptcy.
- The student must file a written petition for academic bankruptcy to the Academic Appeals Committee presenting a strong case for supporting the approval of the petition. Reasons for the request (i.e., financial problems, illness, or problems of a personal nature) should be cited.
- The student’s entire academic record (all courses) for the stipulated period will have a notation of the bankruptcy action appearing on the transcript.
- A student who was on suspension at the time of last attendance and is granted academic bankruptcy and re-admitted to the University will be placed on probation.
- If a student is suspended after having been granted a petition for academic bankruptcy, he/she will be dismissed from the University.
- A student cannot declare academic bankruptcy more than once.