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Students must maintain Standards of Academic Progress (SAP) in a course of study regardless of whether they received financial aid.
If a student has completed an Associate in Science (A.S.) degree and is now seeking an Associate in Arts (A.A.) degree (or vice-versa), the student will be allowed to receive financial aid for the second degree as long as the total hours combined from the first and second degree do not exceed 150 percent of the hours required for the second degree.
If this is the case, the student may pursue the second degree under an Academic Plan. An Academic Plan for second degree-seeking students means that the students:
As long as the student adheres to the criteria above, he or she will not have to petition each semester for reinstatement. However, financial aid will not be available until after grades post for the current term in which they are enrolled. Once grades are assessed at the conclusion of the term, and financial aid eligibilty is assessed, financial aid will be available to those students who meet the federal requirements.
For more information, please review the SAP for Financial Aid.