Students whose financial aid was terminated due to having failed to meet the conditions of their Maximum Timeframe approval and wish to appeal because they believe that the grades had been made in error when the SAP was reported or other extenuating circumstances will need to submit a statement to firstname.lastname@example.org review and approval by the Assistant Dean of Financial Aid and Student Support Services.
The following may be true and may apply to your case:
- Student's Maximum Timeframe appeal was denied; or
- Student has failed to meet the probationary conditions of the Maximum Timeframe approval.
If I Bring My GPA Up To A 2.0 And Completion Percentage To 67%, Then Would My Financial Aid Be Reinstated?
Yes, only if the student was only suspended due to low GPA or completion percentage and not actually terminated because the Maximum Timeframe was denied or the student failed to meet the probationary conditions of the Maximum Timeframe approval.