To keep your financial aid, you'll need to follow the federally mandated Satisfactory Academic Progress rules.
These rules are in place to make sure students who are receiving State and Federal financial aid are making measurable progress toward completing their degrees.
Read the full SAP policy here.
Yes. You must complete 67% of your courses every term. For example, if you're taking four courses and drop two, you've dropped 50% of your credits, which means you'll be placed on financial aid probation.
If you withdraw from too many courses for two straight terms, you'll be placed on financial aid suspension.
If you withdraw from all your courses before 60% of the term is complete, you'll owe money to the college.