Credit Extension Appeal Form

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As a financial aid recipient, federal regulations require that students maintain satisfactory academic progress (AP) and work towards an eligible degree or certificate.  The criteria used to determine AP apply to all of the terms attended regardless of whether or not financial aid was received.  Federal regulations also require a student to be on pace to complete the declared degree/certificate within the 150% maximum timeframe of the program, while maintaining at least a 2.0 cumulative grade point average (cGPA) and a cumulative Pace of completion of at least 67%. 

Academic Progress policy

Financial Aid AP additional information

 

2019/2020 Deadlines

Summer Term- Thursday, June 21, 2019

Fall Term- Friday, September 21, 2019

Winter Term- Friday, January 4, 2020

Spring Term- Thursday, March 28, 2020

 

IMPORTANT: information will not be saved. Prepare the information/documents needed before starting it.


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Appealing (starting the following term):

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Appealing (starting the following term):
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Student Information:
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Student Information:
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Previously Degree receive:
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CERTIFICATE/DEGREE INTENT

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CERTIFICATE/DEGREE INTENT
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STUDENT WRITTEN STATEMENT: Provide a statement thoroughly explaining why a financial aid extension is necessary

  1. If you are requesting additional time to complete the degree or certificate, explain what has happened that you are unable to complete the degree within the credits allowed (150% rule). Or

  2. If requesting an additional degree, please explain why your prior degree(s) is not adequate.
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Federal Aid information (MUST be completed. Information can be found by logging on to www.nslds.ed.gov)

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Federal Aid information (MUST be completed. Information can be found by logging on to www.nslds.ed.gov)
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If the appeal is approved, you will be placed on Academic Probation and must adhere to the following

  -Only register for classes required for the approved degree

  -Only pursue one degree while on probation

  -Successfully complete ALL credits attempted

      (INC, W, F, NP, AU, FA, and D for transfer degrees are considered unsuccessful)

Failing to meet any of these requirements may result in a suspension with no option for additional appeal

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Documentation showing the classes needed (highlighted) to complete a degree for catalog year stated above (i.e. degree audit, degree plan, etc.)  

Supporting documentation:

You may scan and email or fax your documents to:

Fax- 541-278-5889

Email FinancialAid@bluecc.edu

Appeals submitted after the term’s deadline will be processed for the subsequent term.

Note: Credit Extension Appeals for third degrees or beyond 200 attempted credits will only be considered in special cases and with extenuating circumstances.

  1. To receive a copy of your submission, please fill out your email address below and submit.