Students who do not meet the credit progression requirements (Quantitative or Pace of Completion) and/or cumulative grade point average requirements (Qualitative) will be immediately ineligible for ﬁnancial aid. Removal from ﬁnancial aid does not prevent students from enrolling without ﬁnancial aid if they are otherwise eligible to continue their enrollment.
Unless extenuating circumstances exist and an appeal is granted (see “IV. Appeals” for additional information), a student in ﬁnancial aid suspension should expect to continue classes at his or her own expense until satisfactory academic progress requirements are again met.
Students who fail to meet these Satisfactory Academic Progress Standards and who choose to enroll without beneﬁt of student ﬁnancial aid may request a review of their academic records after any term in which they are enrolled without the receipt of ﬁnancial aid to determine whether they have again met satisfactory academic progress standards. If the standards are met, eligibility is regained for subsequent terms of enrollment in the academic year. Students should consult their campus ﬁnancial aid advisors for assistance in appealing any element of this policy or to determine how to regain eligibility for ﬁnancial aid.