Financial Aid Good Standing (GS) – Students who are meeting all aspects of the satisfactory academic progress policy or successfully following a designated academic progress plan.
Financial Aid Warning Status (WS) – Students who fail to meet satisfactory academic progress for the ﬁrst time (excluding students who have already attempted 150% of the credits required for their programs of study) will be automatically placed in a Warning Status for one (1) term and are expected to meet SAP requirements by the end of that term. Students who fail to meet satisfactory academic progress requirements at the end of the warning status term will be placed on ﬁnancial aid suspension. However, with a successful SAP appeal, those students will be placed on ﬁnancial aid probation and will retain ﬁnancial aid eligibility.
Financial Aid Probation Status (PS) – Students who have successfully appealed ﬁnancial aid suspension are placed in Probation Status (PS). Students in Probation Status (PS) are eligible to receive ﬁnancial aid for one (1) semester, after which they MUST be in Good Standing (GS) or meeting the requirements of an academic progress plan that was pre- approved by the College Financial Aid Ofﬁce. (See “IV. Appeals” for additional information.)
Financial Aid Suspension Status (SS) – Students who do not meet the credit progression schedule and/or the cumulative grade point average standard, or who fail to meet the requirements of their pre-approved academic progress plan, will be placed in Suspension Status (SS). Students in Suspension Status (SS) are not eligible to receive ﬁnancial aid.
Academic Suspension (AS) – Academic requirements for avoiding warning status and staying in school differ from ﬁnancial aid requirements for Satisfactory Academic Progress. Academic status will be noted on registration records; ﬁnancial aid status will be noted on ﬁnancial aid pages in SIS. Any student suspended from the College for academic or behavioral reasons is automatically ineligible for ﬁnancial aid.