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- Graduate students will become inactive if no coursework is taken within one year of admittance into a degree program.
- Graduate students who have previously taken courses but have not completed any coursework for the past two years will receive a letter warning that their status will change to inactive if no coursework is taken for three years in a row.
- After three years with no coursework completed, students will be made inactive.
- Students will have to reapply to graduate school once they are made inactive.