Scholarship Cancellation Appeal
Can The Cancellation of Undergraduate Merit-Based Scholarships Awarded by The Office of Admissions Be Appealed?
Yes, the cancellation of merit-based undergraduate scholarships awarded by the Office of Admissions may be appealed.
Under What Circumstances Are Undergraduate Merit-Based Scholarships Reinstated?
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).
What Are The Typical Reasons for Cancelling an Undergraduate Merit-Based Scholarship?
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.
How Are Students Notified of A Cancellation of An Undergraduate Merit-Based Scholarship?
- Students are notified of scholarship cancellations in a letter sent to them from the Office of Admissions.
- The letter outlines the appeal process the student is to follow.
Who Reviews Appeals Regarding the Cancellation of Undergraduate Merit-Based Scholarships?
Appeals are reviewed by the Admissions-Based Scholarships Appeals Committee.