Admission into a degree program may be granted conditionally to those who do not meet the minimum admission GPA requirement. Students who are accepted into a program on a conditional status are assessed on their academic performance.A student’s Iliff transcript will be reviewed at the end of each quarter. Upon successful completion of 20 credit hours, a student will be required to obtain a letter of recommendation from one of their Iliff faculty members confirming they have met the academic requirements of their conditional admission. Once this confirmation is received, the conditional admission will be removed. No further probation period will be permitted. If students are admitted to a non-degree program, based on conditional admission, and later apply to a degree program, the Iliff School of Theology has no obligation to formally accept the applicant into the degree program.
Conditional admission requirements include:
- Limit credit hours to no more than 10 credit hours per quarter, until 20 credits are earned.
- Enroll in the required interdisciplinary course and at least one other course from one of the core areas the first quarter you are enrolled.
- Courses must be taken for a letter grade (unless the course is only offered Pass/Fail).
- Incompletes are not permitted while on conditionally status.
- Maintain a cumulative 2.75 grade point average.
When an applicant has met the minimum admission requirements, but has not provided a final or official transcript/s, an international education evaluation, or any other official required documentation as outlined in an applicant’s admissions letter, the applicant may be admitted contingently and permitted to register their first quarter at Iliff. If those documents are not received before the start of the second quarter, they will be dropped from their courses during the first week.