Financial Aid Appeal
Students who receive financial assistance from federal, state, or institutional funds must make "satisfactory academic progress" in order to remain eligible to receive financial aid.
Students who lose financial aid eligibility due to academic difficulty may submit an appeal to the Financial Aid Review Committee for consideration. However, if you have previously appealed and were placed on an Academic Plan but failed to meet the requirements of that plan, another appeal will not be considered. You will regain eligibility for aid once you have taken enough coursework (without the assistance of financial aid) to attain a GPA of 2.0 and a cumulative completion rate of 67%.
Click here to complete the Financial Aid Appeal form.
You must complete every field on this page. This appeal will be reviewed by the Financial Aid Review Committee; you will be provided a response via regular mail to your address on record at SCC and by e-mail to your student e-mail account.
If your appeal is approved, you will be placed on an Academic Plan and will have to meet certain requirements, including meeting with a Student Success Advocate, in order to remain eligible for financial aid.
If your appeal is denied, that means that you will not have access to student aid.
The decision of the Financial Aid Review Committee is final.
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