Each semester approximately 1000 Buffalo State College students are notified that they have either lost their financial aid eligibility or are given a warning that they could lose their financial aid eligibility if their academic standing does not improve. Faculty and staff who advise can help guide students towards smart academic choices to keep them on track to retain or regain financial aid eligibility, which is vital for increasing student persistence to graduation. This workshop will address the relationship between academics and financial aid and how those who advise can help students maintain their financial aid eligibility.
At this workshop you will learn:
Get your Financial Aid questions answered and be a part of this campus-wide dialogue!
Note: The policy on Satisfactory Academic Progress for Financial Aid Eligibility is different from other academic policies on campus which govern a student's eligibility to continue taking courses. A student may be eligible to take courses as the Buffalo State (as an academic recovery student, or as a probationary student), but still be ineligible to receive financial aid. For additional information on the Financial Aid Satisfactory Academic Progress (SAP), go to http://financialaid.buffalostate.edu/academic-progress.
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