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The Re-admit Mentoring Program supports students who have been previously dismissed from the university for academic reasons and have then been re-admitted to Norwich by the Committee on Academic Standing and Degrees. The mandatory mentoring is designed to help students return to good academic standing.

The re-admit coordinator meets with students weekly and monitors their progress, helping students develop an academic plan while providing academic coaching and mentoring and additional need determinations.

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