Make Satisfactory Academic Progress
If you want to keep receiving your federal student aid, make sure you stay eligible.
You'll need to continue to meet the basic eligibility criteria, make satisfactory academic progress, and fill out the FAFSA every year. This means you must earn a minimum overall GPA and complete a minimum percentage of the classes you attempt. You must also finish completing your degree or certificate within the maximum time frame allowable at your school.
(Fall 2018 / Spring 2019 / Summer 2019)
(Fall 2017 / Spring 2018 / Summer 2018)
What if you are disqualified from receiving Financial Aid?
Based on the SCC
Satisfactory Academic Progress
Policy standards, you may be given disqualification status which will prevent you from receiving financial aid funds for any of the following reasons:
You have not completed at least 66.5% of the units you attempted
You may sign up for an
Appeal Workshop to strategize how to re-qualify for Financial Aid. But first, you MUST receive a Notification to Appeal prior to signing up for the Appeal Workshop. You may also check your status by logging on to your WebAdvisor
Here are the dates of the upcoming appeal workshops.
Register to attend and you will be given location of the workshop:
|Friday, January 12||9:00 AM|
|Tuesday, January 23||3:00 PM|
|Thursday, February 1||2:00 PM|
|Friday, March 2||10:00 AM|
|Tuesday, March 13||12:00 NOON|
|Wednesday, March 28||10:00 AM|
|Thursday, April 19||12 NOON|
|Friday, April 27||10:00 AM|