Repeated classes will not be funded by Federal, State, and Institutional aid. Please visit your Student Financing Counselor for alternative financing options.
Please notify our office of any changes to your enrollment status. Changes in enrollment may impact your financial aid eligibility.
Adding ClassesAdding classes may effect your financial aid eligibility. Financial aid funding for additional units are contingent upon satisfactory academic progress and federal and state policies.
Dropping to less than full-time after the add/drop deadline
Students who drop below full-time after the add/drop deadline, will only be considered for loans and pro-rated Federal Pell Grants and Cal Grants. Students who drop below half-time will only be considered for Federal Pell Grants.
Withdrawing from the institution
If you withdraw from all your classes at any point during the semester, your financial aid eligibility will be reduced, based on your last day of attendance.
If you are a recipient of any federal or state aid, the Student Financing Office will calculate whether any or all of your aid will be reduced.
Additional financial aid responsibilities of students who withdraw:
If you change academic programs after completing the Aid Request Form, please notify our office of this change. A change in your academic program may result in a change in your financial aid eligibility.
If you have course-related costs that are not already taken into account in your Cost of Attendance and you wish to borrow additional loan funds to cover those expenses, please see a financial aid counselor.
You may also find your housing status stated on your official financial aid award. If we later determine that your housing plans have changed or if it is reported incorrectly, we may need to adjust the amount of financial aid you have received. Please notify our office immediately if there is a change to your housing status.
Regardless of the reason for the housing change, federal regulation mandates that our office make adjustments to reflect your correct housing status.
In order to continue to receive financial aid, the student must demonstrate satisfactory academic progress. Satisfactory academic progress is defined according to the following tables. Units are only considered if they count towards your degree. You cannot count units for a class taken more than once.
Important Note: Students unable to meet the standards describe may be placed on probation, or suspended from receiving further financial aid assistance. In the event of financial aid suspension, the student will be held responsible to pay any outstanding balance without financial aid. Students may submit a letter of appeal if they have a special circumstance that may affect their academic progress.
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