Financial Aid Warning Status
The Financial Aid Warning status is used for students who are not meeting (1) the overall GPA or (2) the 67% completion requirement for the first time. Students who are placed on financial aid warning are not required to appeal. Financial aid warning is an automatic grace period that allows students one term to satisfy the standards of academic progress.
Financial Aid Suspension Status
Students who are not making satisfactory progress at the end of the warning semester are placed on Financial Aid Suspension and will not be eligible for financial aid until all components of the Standards of Academic Progress Policy are met. Students may appeal if they have special circumstances.
Financial Aid Probation Status
All students who have been reinstated to financial aid eligibility through appeal are reinstated on a provisional basis. Students who are reinstated on provisional/probationary status and are expected to satisfy the standards of academic progress after one term of attendance will not require an academic plan. Students who are reinstated on provisional/probationary status and are not expected to satisfy the standards of academic progress after one term of attendance will require an academic plan. Provisional/probationary students, for purposes of financial aid, will continue to be eligible for financial aid if the students adhere to the reinstatement stipulations and academic plan as outlined in the agreement.
The purpose of the academic plan is to ensure the students comply with the standards of academic progress policy within a specified timeframe and are enrolling in required courses to complete graduation requirement.