Stipulations of Probation Financial Aid Probation status can only be granted after a student has appealed and has had eligibility for aid reinstated.
A probationary period is based on the stipulations set forth by the Appeals Committee. A student placed on probation must complete their program of study and/or transfer by term specified on the appeal form.
A contract must be signed by the student confirming their understanding of the ramifications of not meeting the designated timeline. Failure to maintain a cumulative completion rate of 66.67% and/or GPA of 2.0 for each subsequent term (i.e. Fall, Spring, or Summer) will place the student in an Unsatisfactory Status and they will be ineligible for financial aid.
Please Note: Students who are on probation will be evaluated for SAP on a semester by semester basis to measure GPA, completion rate, and assigned graduation or transfer timeline. In addition, students who are on probation for maximum time frame are required to take classes which pertain only to their current program of study or are prerequisites for a degree at a four year institution.