Tuition and Financial Aid

Academic Requirements for Financial Aid

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Federal financial aid funds are awarded with the understanding that students, after the second year of enrollment, will maintain a minimum of a 2.0 college GPA.

Federal aid is also limited to one-and-a-half times the length of the program, and students are measured annually to ensure they are on pace to complete their degree within the timeframe limitations.

While some students do not meet the GPA requirement, students more often place their aid eligibility in jeopardy by withdrawing from, receiving incomplete (I) grades in, or otherwise not satisfactorily completing their coursework.

Progress is not a measurement of going full-time or part-time. It is not a race to the degree. Register only for a course load you can handle. Concern for meeting the progress standard is most often due to registering for courses yet not successfully completing them.

Use the Academic Progress Self-Assessment to gauge if you are currently meeting primary measures in the Satisfactory Academic Progress Policy.