Foster Youth and Former Foster Youth (up to age 25) are exempt from loss of both priority registration and California College Promise Grant per regulations.
Last Name: First Name: Student ID#
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The following minimum documents must be included with this form. Term:
A typed narrative of your situation AND
An Approv
ed Taft College Comprehensive Student Educational Plan
Enrollment Priority Appeal Reasons: (check one)
Academic/Progress probation extenuating circumstances or 100+ Unit extenuating circumstance: verified illness, accident
or circumstance beyond the control of the student. (Examples of documentation: doctor’s notes, accident report, etc.)
I have been making significant academic improvement by completing my last semester with a 2.00+ GPA and completed
more than 50% of my semester coursework.
I am a student with a verified disability who applied before the deadline but did not receive an accommodation in a timely
manner. (See attached verification of disability document from DSP&S)
Loss of California College Promise Grant: (check one)
Academic/Progress probation extenuating circumstances: verified illness, accident or circumstances beyond the control of
the student or other circumstances, which include documented changes in the student’s economic situation. (Examples of
documentation: doctor’s notes, accident report, loss of job, etc.)
I have been making significant academic improvement by completing my last semester with a 2.00+ GPA and completed
more than 50% of my semester coursework.
I am a student with a verified disability who applied before the deadline but did not receive an accommodation in a timely
manner. (See attached verification of disability document from DSP&S)
I was unable to obtain essential support services. (Please provide a written statement)
I have n
ot enrolled at Taft College for two consecutive semesters (fall/spring) since I became ineligible for the California
College Promise Grant.
In addition, due to my extenuating circumstance(s) and participation in one of the following programs, please grant me
special consideration (check all that apply) (Written verification from each program must be attached to your appeal
form):
CalWorks EOPS DSPS Veterans
I declare under penalty of perjury that all information on this form is true and correct. I understand the appeal form is void should I fail to make academic progress.
Student Signature: Date:
Loss of Enrollment Priority and/or California College Promise Grant Appeal
Director, Admissions and Records Signature: Date:
Committee Recommendation: Approve Deny Semester GPA Cumulative GPA
Support Services/Follow up Recommended:
Committee Review Date:
OFFICE USE ONLY
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Loss of Enrollment Priority and/or California College Promise Grant Appeal
Processing Instructions
LOSS OF PRIORITY REGISTRATION:
Per Title 5, Section 58108 Regulations of the California Community College System, your calculated academic standing will impact
your assigned registration date for future semesters. A second consecutive term (fall/spring semesters) on academic or progress
probation will result in the loss of continuing student priority registration. This will also apply to any student over 100-unit limit
(excluding non-degree applicable and ESL courses). This means you would register after all continuing and new students thereby
possibly losing your opportunity for the courses you need to meet your educational goal. In order to appeal the loss of registration
priority, the student must complete the following:
1.
Fill out the Loss of Enrollment Priority and/or California College Promise Grant Appeal form.
2.
Write a statement explaining the reasons for your academic/progress performance.
3.
Collect documents supporting the reason for your academic/progress performance. If you are requesting an appeal due to
extenuating circumstances beyond your control, documentation from a doctor, police report, loss of job letter, etc. must
be attached to verify the circumstance.
4.
Schedule an appointment to meet with a counselor to create a COMPREHENSIVE STUDENT EDUCATIONAL PLAN (CSEP).
When making an appointment, let the scheduler know the appointment is in regards to a Loss of Enrollment Priority
and/or California College Promise Grant Appeal. Bring this form, your typed statement and supporting documentation with
you to your appointment. If you are a CalWorks, EOPS, DSPS, or TRIO student, you will get your CSEP from the counselor
in those programs. Foster Youth are exempt from this process.
5.
Submit your appeal form along with your documentation and completed CSEP to the Admissions Office who will submit the form
to the Admissions and Attendance Committee. Any missing information will result in your appeal
not being submitted to the
committee
.
CALIFORNIA COLLEGE PROMISE GRANT (CCPG):
Please be aware a second consecutive term (fall/spring semesters) on academic or progress probation will result in the loss of the
California College Promise Grant. In order to appeal the California College Promise Grant, the student must complete the following:
1.
Fill out the Loss of Enrollment Priority and/or California College Promise Grant Appeal form.
2.
Write a statement explaining the reason(s) for your academic/progress performance.
3.
Collect documents supporting the reason for your academic/progress performance. If you are requesting an appeal due to
extenuating circumstances beyond your control, documentation from a doctor, police report, loss of job letter, etc. must be
attached to verify the circumstance.
4.
Schedule an appointment to meet with a counselor to create a COMPREHENSIVE STUDENT EDUCATIONAL PLAN (CSEP).
When making an appointment, let the scheduler know the appointment is in regards to a Loss of Enrollment Priority
and/or California College Promise Grant Appeal. Bring this form, your typed statement and supporting documentation with
you to your appointment. If you are a CalWorks, EOPS, DSPS, or TRIO student, you will get your SEP from the counselor in
those programs. Foster Youth are exempt from this process.
5.
Submit your appeal form along with your documentation and CSEP to the Admissions Office who will submit the form to the
Admissions and Attendance Committee. Any missing information will result in your appeal not being submitted to the
committee.
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The Admissions and Attendance Committee meets the 3
rd
Thursday of the month (not including summer). All
appeals and documentation need to be turned into the Admissions Department no later than the 2nd
Thursday of the month. Planning ahead is very important!
Revised 05/19/20 TP
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