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Financial Aid Satisfactory Academic Progress Appeal Checklist
Check off each item as you have read and understood it.
I had an extenuating circumstance for each of the semesters I did not complete 100% of my classes with at least a 2.0 GPA or
66.5% completion rate.
I have provided documentation for each of the semesters I did not complete 100% of my classes with at least a 2.0 GPA or 66.5%
I have explained on the previous page why I did not make progress. It gives details of my extenuating circumstances and why they
are no longer a problem.
I understand that if the appeal is approved I can only enroll in courses required for my program of study and that I must
successfully complete all the classes in which I enroll. If I don’t, I will be placed back on termination.
I have filed for financial aid and I am enrolled for the semester I am requesting the appeal.
I understand that I need to attend all my classes and complete assignments while my appeal is being considered.
I understand funds aren’t available for books unless the appeal is approved. I need to be prepared to purchase my books and
supplies on my own.
I understand that I am responsible for paying my bill if my appeal is denied. The denial of an appeal is not an acceptable reason for
requesting a tuition refund.
I understand if this appeal is approved and I do not make satisfactory progress or meet the conditions outlined in my appeal
approval during the next semester that my financial assistance may be permanently suspended at ICC.
I understand that I will not be eligible for an appeal approval if I have DOE overpayment or defaulted student loan.
Are all the above items checked? If they are, you can submit an appeal. If not, you need to complete them all prior to submitting the
appeal. You will also need to pay your own expenses until you are back in good standing.
Your appeal will be reviewed by the SAP Appeal Committee, and the review process takes a minimum of one to two weeks. The
committee decisions are final. You will be notified by email once the decision has been made on your appeal. Students that have their
appeal approved will be on probation status for the appeal semester and must meet the conditions/terms set by the Appeal Committee.
Students must also only be enrolled the courses listed on their program plan. Failing to meet the conditions of the probation status will
result in being placed on termination status.
If your appeal is denied, you can regain eligibility for financial aid by completing enough credit hours to bring your cumulative
completion rate to at least 67% and cumulative GPA to at least 2.0 at your own expense. A copy of the Academic Requirements for
Eligibility for Financial Aid is available online at icc.edu/admissions/financialaid/eligibility.
It is the policy of this College that no person, on the basis of race, color, religion, gender, national origin, age, disability,
sexual orientation, or veteran’s status, shall be discriminated against in employment, in educational programs and activities,
or in admission. Inquiries and complaints may be addressed to the Compliance Officer, Diversity Department.
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