If you have been suspended from receiving financial aid, either for exceeding the maximum timeframe or for failing to meet the GPA or completion rate standards, you are entitled to go through the appeal process for financial aid reinstatement. Federal law allows schools to approve appeals if extenuating circumstances affected a student’s ability to maintain Satisfactory Academic Progress (S.A.P.).
SPRING 2017: March 31, 2017
SUMMER 2017: June 29, 2017
To be considered, you must:
You are required to complete the following sessions through FA TV Counseling:
- Understanding the Pell Lifetime Eligiblity Used (LEU) and its Effects
- The Essentials to Understanding Satisfactory Academic Progress (SAP) and what it means to you.
- A Refresher on the Impact of Satisfactory Academic Progress (SAP).
- The Key Components to the Satisfactory Academic Progress (SAP) Financial Aid Appeal Process
*Appeals not meeting the “extenuating circumstances” category will not be accepted. Furthermore, submission of an appeal does NOT GUARANTEE the reinstatement of students’ financial aid. Therefore, students should be prepared to pay for their books and other school related expenses pending the outcome of their appeal.