Eligibility for federal student aid is based on financial need and on several other factors.
To receive aid from federal programs, you must:
Satisfactory Academic Progress
Federal regulations require schools to monitor the academic progress of financial aid recipients and certify the applicant is making satisfactory academic progress toward earning his/her degree. This evaluation process is comprised by three standards; qualitative, quantitative, maximum time frame. This determination must be made at least once per year. The HSC has chosen to perform the evaluation at the end of each payment period (the combined summer terms equal a single term) in an effort to provide an advanced warning and additional opportunities for students in jeopardy of losing financial aid eligibility.
Please view our Satisfactory Academic Progress policy in its entirety.