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Accounts Office will use your local address to send a refund check to you). If there is no local address on file with the Registrar, correspondence will be sent to your permanent home address. You may update your address in person at the Student Service and Referral Center (SSRC), Office of the University Registrar, 107 Moulton Hall, or by accessing the iCampus Portal at . SATISFACTORY ACADEMIC PROGRESS All students who receive federal and state financial aid must meet federal and institutional standards for academic progress in order to establish and retain aid eligibility. Students receiving athletic or other university adminis- tered awards must also meet the satisfactory aca- demic progress standards that have been established by the awarding entity. Satisfactory academic progress for federal and state financial aid programs is based on three mea- sures: cumulative grade-point average, completion rate based on credit hours completed compared to credit hours attempted, and a maximum time frame for degree completion. The following describes the university's standards for each of these three measures, and when they are reviewed: Cumulative Grade-Point Average: Undergraduate students must maintain a minimum cumulative GPA of 2.00 based on credits earned at Illinois State University. The first time a student's GPA is below 2.00, the student is placed on Financial Assistance F I N A I D
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37 Academic Probation and continues to be eligible to receive financial aid. If the student does not raise the GPA to 2.00 in the following semester of attendance, or the GPA falls below 2.00 in a sub- sequent semester, the student is Academically Dismissed and loses financial aid eligibility (see Academic Policies and Practices). Completion Rate: All students are required to complete a minimum of 67% of the credit hours attempted at Illinois State University. Courses with a grade of D or higher, as well as "CR" or "CT", count as completed. Credit hours attempted includes audits, incompletes, with- drawals, and repeated or failed classes. A student who does not complete a minimum of 67 percent of credit hours attempted will be suspended from financial aid eligibility until his or her comple- tion rate improves to at least 67 percent. Maximum Time frame: The maximum time frame for the completion of a degree is limited by federal regulations to 150% of the published length of the degree program. This is equivalent to a maximum number of credit hours that includes transfer credits and all attempted credits at Illinois State University. Credit hours attempted include audits, incompletes, withdrawals, and repeated or failed classes. The maximum number of credit hours for which a student is eligible to receive financial aid is 180. Review of Progress Standards: Cumulative GPA is reviewed at the end of each period of enrollment—fall semester, spring semester, and the summer session—for both financial aid eligibility and for continued enrollment at Illinois State University.
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  • Fall '15
  • TrevorBelcher
  • Academia, Academic degree, Bachelor's degree

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