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Marshall, TX 75671
Failure to Meet Financial Aid Standards of Academic Progress
The first time a student fails to meet the financial aid standards of academic progress, he/she is placed on financial aid probation for the next term of enrollment.
The student remains on probation if he/she subsequently earns a Financial Aid Cumulative GPA of less than 2.0 and has a Financial Aid Term GPA of 2.0 or higher. A student who fails to meet the standards of academic progress during the probation term is placed on financial aid suspension. Applications for financial aid, including loans, are not certified while a student is on financial aid suspension.
To regain eligibility for financial aid, the student must enroll at TSTC on at least a half-time basis for one term, pay the expenses related to that enrollment, and attain the financial aid standards of academic progress. After this is achieved, the student is again eligible to apply for financial aid.
Maximum Time Frame for Receiving Financial Aid
Students may receive financial assistance for up to 150 percent of the certificate or degree programs' required credit hours. Students who change programs or who enter new programs after graduation should consult with the Financial Aid Office to confirm their continuing eligibility for financial aid.