Federal Financial Aid regulations require that financial aid recipients make satisfactory academic progress toward the completion of a degree. In order to be awarded and retain financial aid, recipients must comply with all of the Satisfactory Academic Policy requirements.
Students placed on financial aid warning remain eligible for most financial aid programs for their next period of enrollment. However, the next term of enrollment is a probationary period. During the probationary period, students are required to complete:
Failure to complete the attempted enrollment status while on financial aid warning will result in Financial Aid Suspension.
Students placed on financial aid suspension are ineligible to receive financial aid for the next term of enrollment. To regain financial aid eligibility, students are required to successfully complete at least 50% of the enrollment status of the term which resulted in financial aid suspension. The student would be required to pay for these courses out of pocket.
Students placed on academic suspension are automatically placed on financial aid suspension. Students choosing to appeal their academic suspension MUST submit an appeal letter to the Financial Aid Office in addition to the Academic Suspension Appeals Committee.
Students declaring academic amnesty for a semester in which financial aid was received and resulted in an academic or financial aid suspension is not appealable and students will need to meet the conditions of the Financial Aid Suspension to regain their financial aid eligibility.
All decisions made by the satisfactory academic progress appeals committee are final.