Applicants who graduated from an unaccredited undergraduate institution who do not meet the standards for unconditional admission may be admitted on "Conditional" status.
A. Conditional Status:
1. Graduates of recognized four-year colleges not accredited when the bachelor’s degree was awarded. Such applicants must:
a. Present a record of superior scholarship on the undergraduate level.
b. Submit an official report of performance on the standardized test required by the degree program.
2. Students who present a 2.25 to 2.49 cumulative grade point average must at the time of application submit an appropriate standardized test score required for unconditional admission. After "conditional" admission, status is granted, students may enroll in up to nine (9) semester hours of course work specified by the graduate advisor or department chairperson. If a 3.00 cumulative grade point average is attained, the student is permitted to petition for a change of classification.