Loss of Financial Aid Eligibility

 What affects your eligibility?

Students who are enrolled in an AA, AS or AAS program will be evaluated annually. Students that earn less than 66.67% and/or 2.0 GPA cumulatively for the school year (Fall, Spring, Summer or any combination thereof) will be placed in an Unsatisfactory Status and be ineligible for financial aid unless placed on Financial Aid Probation through an approved appeal.

Students who are enrolled in programs lasting one year or less will be evaluated at the end of each semester. Students that earn less than 66.67% and/or 2.0 GPA for that term will be placed in an Unsatisfactory Status and will be ineligible for financial aid unless he or she is placed on Financial Aid Probation through an approved appeal.

Students who exceed Maximum Time Frame or if it is determined that a student cannot mathematically complete the program of study within the maximum time frame, the student automatically becomes ineligible for aid unless he or she is placed on Financial Aid Probation through an approved appeal.

Students who are currently on Financial Aid Probation as the result of a successful appeal will be evaluated at the end of each semester. Students that earn less than 66.67% and/or 2.0 GPA for that term will again be placed in an Unsatisfactory Status and will be ineligible for financial aid and must re-appeal.