This information is provided as a guide and is subject to change without notice to comply with federal, state, and institutional policies.
If a student fails to meet standards of academic progress and does not have mitigating circumstances or the student fails to meet the conditions of an appeal, the student may have his/her aid reinstated as follows:
- Enroll in at least 6 semester hours of courses required for a degree
- Pay his/her fees without the use of financial aid, and
- Complete all courses attempted with at least a grade of “C” or “S”; if more than 6 semester hours are attempted, all courses attempted must have a grade of “C”, “S”, or better.
Once the student has met the listed requirements, he/she may submit an appeal form along with a copy of the grade report. Upon receipt of the appeal form and verification of the student's grades, the student may be awarded financial aid on a semester by semester basis. As long as the student completes all courses attempted with a grade of "C", “S” or better, he/she may remain eligible for financial aid. NOTE: Attempted hours include courses at Georgia Perimeter College and transfer hours accepted by Georgia Perimeter College.