Completion rate is reviewed upon submission of a financial aid application the

Completion rate is reviewed upon submission of a

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Completion rate is reviewed upon submission of a financial aid application (the FAFSA), and at the end of each period of enrollment, including the summer session. The Financial Aid Office sends a “warning letter” to any aid recipient who has not completed 67 percent of hours attempted at the end of the summer session or fall semester. Aid eligibility is suspended at the end of the spring semester for any aid recipient who does not meet the 67 percent completion standard. Maximum timeframe is reviewed upon sub- mission of a financial aid application (the FAFSA), and at the end of each period of enrollment, includ- ing the summer session. The Financial Aid Office sends a “warning letter” to any aid recipient who is within 15 hours of reaching the maximum attempt- ed hour for his or her degree program. Notification/Appeals: If financial aid eligibility is suspended as a result of failure to meet the completion rate or maximum timeframe standard, the Financial Aid Office sends a letter to the student including a Satisfactory Academic Progress Appeal Form. The Satisfactory Academic Progress Appeal Form must include reasons for failure to achieve good academ- ic standing and any applicable documentation. Appeal Forms must be submitted to the Financial Aid Office within 30 days of the date of the letter and are reviewed by the Reinstatement Committee. For the Completion Rate standard, students can also restore aid eligibility by earning enough addi- tional hours to meet the 67 percent requirement. If the student is not meeting the Cumulative Grade Point Average standard necessary for Financial Aid Satisfactory Academic Progress, the Office of Enrollment Management and Academic Services will communicate this information as part of a student's official notification of academic pro- bation, dismissal or reinstatement. For more infor- mation about Financial Aid Satisfactory Academic Progress contact the Financial Aid Office. ENROLLMENT CHANGES AND FINANCIAL AID ELIGIBILITY Reduction in Hours: Reducing your credit hours has implications for both your aid eligibility for the current semester and future terms. Your aid eligibility is based on the number of credit hours for which you are enrolled on census day, usually the Friday of the second week of classes. If your aid was distributed based on full-time enrollment (12 credits undergraduate; 9 credits graduate) and you drop to part-time on or before census day, your aid may be reduced. If you drop after the day with- drawal grades are assigned, the withdrawal grades will reduce your percentage completion rate, which is part of the standards of Satisfactory Academic Progress for the receipt of financial aid. These stan- dards are posted on the financial aid Web site: .
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  • Fall '15
  • TrevorBelcher
  • Academia, Academic degree, Bachelor's degree

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