his is a sample of a letter form you answer with your own appeal points look at this June 15

His is a sample of a letter form you answer with your own appeal points look at this June 15

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his is a sample of a letter form you answer with your own appeal points look at this June 15, 2008 Dear Office of Student Financial Assistance: I am appealing my financial aid suspension because of difficulty completing my courses. Last semester was my first semester at PVCC. I believe that my work schedule prevented me from meeting Satisfactory Academic Progress. I worked 40+ hours a week. Without financial aid I would not be able to take the courses I need to be admitted to ASU. 1.The Steps I am going to take or have taken to assure successful academic progress in the future: 2.Cut back on my work hours so that I may have more time to study. 3.Obtain a tutor for the classes I find difficult. I have made myself familiar with the tutoring center on campus. 4.Meet with each of my instructors a talk with them about what they believe will make me a better student in their class. 5.Go to the scheduled office hours of each instructor when I am having difficulty with the
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Unformatted text preview: class material. 6.Develop a relationship with other students to form study groups. 7.Talk with my advisor at ASU who is assisting me in my transfer process. She advises me of the classes and hours I need to be admitted to ASU. 8.Go to class on time as scheduled. I believe that I was letting work get in the way of school. My schedule was very demanding and it left little time to study. I have cut my hours back to 32-36 per week in order to have more time to study. I have talked with my ASU advisor. She is aware of my current situation and has signed a contract with me in order so I might attend ASU. I hope to complete my B.S. in bio-chemistry at ASU. Without financial aid, I lack the ability to continue on with my education. I am a hard working student and the upcoming semester will prove so. My education is of paramount importance to me. Thank you for your time. Sincerely yours. steven is right too...
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