After your first semester of not meeting the GPA and/or the completion percentage standards, you will be placed on a “Warning.” You still have eligibility for financial aid at this time, but must work to meet the standards.***
After the second semester of not meeting the GPA and/completion percentage standards, you will be suspended from financial aid, and are ineligible for funds.
Once you have exceeded the 150% point of the time frame required to complete your program, you are suspended from financial aid, and are ineligible for funds.
***There are no “warning” periods for maximum timeframe (MTF), this is automatic once the 150% is reached.
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Yes. Students may appeal their suspension through the “SAP Appeal Request” link located on their student self-service account: https://kctsaprd.kct.mycmsc.com/psp/kctsaprd/?cmd=login.
The appeal will be reviewed by an appeals committee. Once reviewed, the student will be notified that they must login and acknowledge the decision of the committee. All committee decisions are final.
Yes. Once you have an approved appeal, you must complete a plan of action with your advisor. This plan is an agreement that you will only be taking courses required to graduate from your current program, that you will successfully complete all courses for which you register, and that you will not change your major while on the plan.
Along with the plan of action, you must submit a program plan, which you and your advisor should discuss, which outlines the courses you will be taking and when you might expect to graduate if you stay on track.