Conditional Admission Law and Legal Definition
A conditional admission of a student to a college or university is dependent upon the individual completing coursework or meeting specified criteria which is set prior to his/her enrollment. Mostly, it is prescribed for international students. However, some universities apply conditional admission in matters of every student. If students do not reach the specified requirements they are not allowed entrance to the course. On conditional admissions the students are admitted based on their self reported information. The student will be officially admitted when the university receives the required official documents.