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family size, number in college, income, assets, or untaxed income.
tuition and fees, room and board, books and supplies, and a personal allowance as set by the university.
The amount that Marymount tries to meet to help you pay for your education is your need. For example, if your contribution were $1,000 or $10,000 then your need would be calculated by subtracting your contribution from the cost. *Regardless of your income level, there are financial aid options to help meet your need. *
As required by Federal Regulations, students must maintain a minimum level of academic progress in order to continue receiving federal financial aid. Academic progress of aid recipients will be reviewed annually at the end of spring semester. Students who are not making minimum progress in any of the categories as defined below will be considered to be ineligible to receive financial aid.
Satisfactory Academic Progress Standards:
In order to continue receiving federal financial aid, academic progress is measured in the following three ways:
Loss of Eligibility due to Academic Progress:
A student who has lost eligibility to participate in federal student aid for reasons of academic progress will be ineligible for financial aid until they are meeting the minimum requirements.
Appeals will only be accepted for special circumstances. The appeal may not be based upon your need for the assistance OR your lack of knowledge that your assistance was in jeopardy. An appeal must be based upon some unusual situation, condition or other mitigating circumstances which prevented you from passing courses, or which caused you to withdraw from classes. Examples of possible situations include documented serious illness, severe injury or death of a family member.
How to Appeal: You must submit in writing and document the specific reasons for not meeting the minimum requirements and outline your plan for meeting them. Undergraduate students are also required to submit a copy of a developed academic plan from the Center for Teaching and Learning (CTL). The CTL must be able to verify that you will be able to meet the standards by the end of the next semester. Graduate Students must also submit a copy of a developed academic plan from the Chair of your graduate program or Associate Dean of the School for your program that indicates if followed, you will be at the minimum standard by the end of the next semester. IF your appeal is approved, you would be placed on a one semester probation status and must meet the minimum standards at the end of that term. Appeals must be submitted in writing to the attention of the Financial Aid Office Appeals Committee. You will be notified in writing of the committee’s decision.
Dr. Marguerite Rippy ( Department of Literature and Languages
2807 N. Glebe Road
Arlington, VA 22207
Fax (703) 516-4771
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