Keeping your aid
Maintain satisfactory academic progress. We’ll review your academic progress each year. To maintain satisfactory academic progress, you must:
- Maintain a cumulative program GPA of no less than the graduation requirements for your academic program.
- Complete no less than 67 percent of your total attempted courses. If you receive a grade of W, F, FX, or I, you have not successfully completed that course.
- Complete your degree within 150 percent of the published credit hour length of your academic program. (Once you’ve attempted 125 percent, we’ll ask you to outline your plans for graduation to make sure you’re on the right track.)
Monitor your aid. The following factors may affect your financial aid:
Verification We are required by the U.S. Department of Education to verify the accuracy of FAFSA data. If you are selected for verification, you must submit tax information and other documents, which may result in changes to your financial aid.
Course Enrollment We’ll monitor your enrollment during the academic year. If you are enrolled in fewer than 12 credit hours, your financial aid may be reduced. Note that you may only receive financial aid for courses that satisfy your academic objectives.
Special Circumstances Contact us if your financial circumstances change due to unemployment, divorce, death in the family, or other event. We may be able to reassess your financial aid eligibility.