How to Get Out of Financial Aid Academic Probation
Financial aid academic probation occurs when a student drops below half time and when a student's GPA drops below a certain grade point average. Find out why it's important to make progress towards graduation to receive financial aid with help from a financial aid officer in this free video on student financial aid and loans.
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Hi, my name is Brooke Kramer and I'm a Financial Aid Officer at Argosy University, and today we're going to talk about financial aid academic probation. Now what financial aid academic probation is, is, well, a couple of things, actually. It's, first if you drop below half time, you no longer become eligible for financial aid. Now, half time consists of which program you are currently in. If you're a master student, if you're an undergraduate student, and if you're a doctoral student. So it depends very much on which program you are currently enrolled in. Also, you have to making progression towards graduation. And pretty much what this means is you need to be making....making your grades to progress towards graduation. So if your GPA drops below a certain grade point average, based on what school you're going to, or you are going to school for a very long time, you're going to eventually not be able to qualify for financial aid, because you are no longer a degree seeking student. If you have further questions on whether or not you qualify for student loans, or if you might be on academic probation, you can go to our website at www.argosy.edu. and at Argosy University, Salt Lake City, and we can hopefully answer your questions there.