As a condition of enrollment, all admitted applicants are asked Ohio State's Community Enrollment Question when they log in to accept admission. This question asks students if they have any prior or pending academic or behavioral misconduct charges or felonies to disclose. Answering yes to the question is not an automatic bar to enrollment. Ohio State reviews each case holistically and seeks to understand the context of each student's situation.
HAVE YOU EVER:
ONE OR BOTH OF THESE SCENARIOS ARE TRUE FOR ME: NO / YES
Failure to provide complete, accurate and truthful information will be grounds to revoke your offer of admission and/or cancel your enrollment.
On average, the UCERC review process takes between 4 to 8 weeks once all documentation has been received from the student.
The committee considers all relevant information gathered during its review. You may choose to include that information in your personal statement.
No, electronic signatures will not be accepted.
Students are welcome to submit supporting documents that would be helpful in the review of their case. Documents can be uploaded through our document uploader.
Students are welcome to provide updated or additional materials. Documents can be uploaded through our document uploader.
Students who reapply or update terms and 1) have no new information to disclose since they last completed the Disciplinary Action and Felony Disclosure Form, and 2) were cleared for enrollment after their UCERC review, will not need to complete the form again. Email email@example.com to have these requirements removed from your Student Center.
Students who reapply or update terms and have new information to disclose will need to complete and submit another Disciplinary Action and Felony Disclosure Form for UCERC review.
The decision of UCERC is final for the term for which the student is admitted. Students are welcome to update their application for another term or reapply.
Students can email firstname.lastname@example.org to request accommodations to complete the form.
The university is committed to ensuring that the UCERC review is informed by best practices, which include annual committee training on topics relevant to the mission of the committee.
Please contact email@example.com and request that your Community Enrollment Question be reset.
The Ohio State University strives to provide a safe living, learning and working environment for all members of the Ohio State community. As part of that effort, each admitted student is required to disclose prior or pending disciplinary actions and felony charges. The University Community Enrollment Review Committee (UCERC) performs a holistic, individualized review of all information provided by the student and information gathered by the committee to determine whether to permit enrollment. Answering yes to the Community Enrollment Question is not an automatic bar to enrollment.