You will be placed on financial aid warning for one term if you fail to meet the required GPA and/or overall credit completion standards. While on warning you may still receive financial aid.
To be removed from financial aid warning status, you must attain the required cumulative GPA and/or credit completion ratio standards by the end of your warning period. You will be suspended at the end of your warning term if you fail to attain the required standards.
If you had a recent grade change, are studying abroad, or have questions regarding this policy or your status, please contact One Stop Student Services.
You will be placed on financial aid satisfactory progress probation if a satisfactory academic progress appeal is approved. You are eligible for financial aid while on probation. During your probationary term, you must attain the required cumulative GPA and credit completion ratio or you must successfully follow the academic plan submitted with your SAP appeal. Failure to attain the required GPA and/or credit completion ratio will result in suspension of financial aid eligibility. If you do not attain required GPA and/or credit completion ratio but successfully follow the academic plan submitted with your SAP appeal, you may submit a follow-up appeal showing you have met the terms of your academic plan.
Once your record shows you have attempted more than 125 percent of your degree credit requirements you will receive a timeframe reminder in your University email account. This is meant to inform you that you are approaching your maximum timeframe. You are still eligible for aid but may want to plan your coursework to complete your degree within the maximum timeframe. If you exceed the timeframe before you have finished your studies, you must use your own funds to continue your studies.