The effective date of suspension of financial aid shall be determined as follows:
- If the student has not met the minimum credit requirement to maintain satisfactory academic progress by the end of the semester in which the review takes place, awards for upcoming semesters will be suspended.
- If the review takes place between semesters, and the student does not meet minimum credit requirements, financial aid already awarded but not yet disbursed for the coming semester(s) will be suspended.
Reapplying for Financial Aid After Suspension
Minimum credit requirements (as evidenced by complete credits in your file in the Registrar’s Office) must be fulfilled before a student may reapply for financial aid. Under no circumstances will financial aid money be held in reserve for students who have had an award suspended.
If a student is able to re-establish satisfactory progress before the end of a semester of suspension, aid may be awarded retroactively for that semester, subject to the availability of funds. If, however, a student does not meet minimum credit requirements by the end of the semester, the financial aid award is forfeited, and subsequent awards will not be increased to reflect the loss of aid.