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Deadlines to Appeal Loss of Financial Aid

Deadlines to Appeal Loss of Financial Aid

Financial Aid Eligibility Appeals with Late or Incomplete Submissions

Financial Aid Eligibility Appeals that are late and/or incomplete (i.e. missing signatures and/or lack of proper documentation) will not be considered and will be automatically denied. Students may resubmit and provide additional information the by the appeal submission deadline of June 15.  Incomplete appeals may be considered for the Spring term if the requirements are met by the December 31st deadline.  Awards cannot be paid retroactively for the prior semester(s) during which eligibility was lost.

Deadlines to Appeal Loss of Financial Aid

 

Appealing to Regain Eligibility

Appeal Submission Period Deadlines

Summer

October 15 – June 15

Fall

 October 15 – June 15

Spring

September 15 – December 31

 

The Financial Aid Eligibility Appeals can be accessed from this link if you are eligible for a financial aid appeal: FinAid Verify Appeal

The Financial Aid Eligibility Appeal requirements:  

  1. You must complete the FAFSA at www.fafsa.gov.
  2. You must create your VerifyMyFAFSA account.
  3. You will receive the Financial Aid Eligibility Appeal Form from the Student Financial Aid Office.
  4. If you are Academically Dismissed, you are not eligible for a Financial Aid Appeal. Appeals approved after the deadlines will be processed for the next term.
  5. If you are selected for Verification, you must complete all requirements before the Appeal Process will be reviewed.  Appeals approved after the deadlines will be processed for the next term.
  6.  All documents must be submitted and complete by the “Appeal Submission Period Deadlines” every year to be considered for review and enrollment. No EXCEPTIONS.
  7. Students with a cumulative GPA below 1.85 cannot submit a Financial Aid Appeal with the Retention Center approval to support that the student have met academic contractual requirements that address progression toward graduation.
  8. Financial Aid Recalculations must be submitted through Online Financial Aid Forms.
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