Satisfactory Academic Progress
Status Definitions: Good Standing, Warning, Probation, Disqualification
Warning Status Explanation
Warning – Unit Completion In the last quarter in which you attempted six or more units, you did not earn the required number of units for your enrollment status.
Warning – Quarterly GPA In the last quarter in which you attempted six or more units, you did not earn a 2.0 GPA for the quarter.
Warning – Cumulative GPA At the end of the last quarter you did not have a 2.0 cumulative GPA.
Warning – Maximum Time At the end of the last quarter the number of units of higher education that you have attempted was approaching the end of your maximum time frame. At the end of this quarter if you reach the maximum time frame, you will be disqualified. If you will not earn your degree or certificate by the time you reach the maximum time frame, and would like to appeal for additional aid eligibility, you must complete the Request for Extension process.
Students in warning status are eligible for aid during the one warning quarter if all other eligibility criteria are met.
Students who fail to meet the satisfactory progress requirements at the end of the warning quarter, will become disqualified from aid.
At the start of a new quarter, Students who are in warning may have their financial aid delayed until their status can be determined.