Satisfactory Academic Progress
All students who receive federal or state financial aid must maintain satisfactory academic progress (SAP) towards the completion of an eligible program of study. Learn about the standards for measuring SAP and how to appeal if your financial aid has been withdrawn.
Students can only use federal financial aid for courses that are required for their degree or certificate program. Learn the answers to frequently asked questions about course applicability.
Financial Aid Eligible Certificate Programs
Certificate programs that are eligible for Financial Aid funding.
Financial Aid Rights and Responsibilities
Learn about the rights and responsibilities of all students who receive financial aid.
Financial Aid Disbursements and Refunds
Learn how to receive financial aid disbursements and refunds.
Financial Aid Withdrawal Policy
Learn about the financial aid implications when you withdraw or drop all of your classes in a semester.
Financial Aid Appeal Eligibility
Financial aid recipients who wish to appeal their denial of financial aid, must review the appeal eligibility criteria to ensure appropriate documentations are submitted along with the appeal form.
Return of Title IV Funds
Financial aid recipients who withdraw completely from all classes will have a Return of Title IV (R2T4) funds calculation completed to determine the amount of institutional and/or Title IV debt they owe.