Scholarship Cancellation Appeal
The cancellation of merit-based undergraduate scholarships awarded by the Office of Admissions may be appealed. These scholarships are not typically reinstated unless there is some extraordinary extenuating circumstance influencing the student’s academic performance or necessitating the need for continuation of the scholarship(s). Cancellation may be due to one or more of the following reasons: academic performance (semester and/or cumulative grade point average), failure to maintain full-time status (enrolled in less than 12 credit hours), and/or withdrawal from the university. Students are notified of scholarship cancellations in a letter sent by the Office of Admissions. The letter outlines the appeal process the student is to follow. Appeals are reviewed by the Admissions-Based Scholarships Appeals Committee.