All new applications will be evaluated for standards of academic progress. Students who are not meeting the required (SAP) standards will have their aid suspended and must submit to the Office of Financial Aid a written appeal to request reinstatement.
Extenuating circumstances considered for appeals include personal illness or accident, serious illness or death of an immediate family member, or other circumstances beyond the reasonable control of the student. Appeals must include the appropriate documentation. Acceptable documentation includes a letter from a physician, attorney, social service agency, parole officer, or an obituary notice, divorce decree and or/academic records.
Students who have attempted more than 90 credits may submit an appeal for reinstatement of aid eligibility. Appeals must include a letter of explanation, and a Degree Worksheet with a Course Selection Plan signed by an academic counselor.