From the Immaculata University Undergraduate Catalog:
Students initiating a withdrawal from the College of Undergraduate Studies must schedule an exit interview with the Dean to obtain a withdrawal form. No withdrawal will be considered official until this action has been taken. A student receiving financial aid should notify the Financial Aid Office at the time of withdrawal. Immaculata reserves the right at any time to require the withdrawal of students for unsatisfactory academic performance. Students who withdraw during a semester are referred to Change of Courses (see details in the catalog). If students are withdrawing from the university prior to the end of the semester, they must follow the procedure outlined for withdrawal from classes in order to avoid receiving failing grades for their courses.
A student requesting readmission to Immaculata University after having been dismissed due to academic failure must address the request to the Dean of the college to which readmission is sought. The Dean will consider the grades a student has earned from an institution of higher learning attended since the dismissal and will decide on an individual basis whether the student may be readmitted.