If you are receiving financial aid, keep in mind that the federal government will only pay for the courses that apply toward your major. Your aid may be adjusted accordingly, if you chose to remain in those courses.
which classes should I register for?
Here are some tips:
- Discuss academic/career goals with your advisor making sure you're in the appropriate major.
- Run the academic requirement report to see what courses are needed to complete your major.
- Check out the Student Self-Service tile on MyPath.
- Check out our video for additional information.
Repeating Classes and Financial Aid Eligibility Regulations
Federal financial aid regulations limit the number of times a student may repeat a course and receive federal financial aid for that course.
- A student is allowed to repeat the same course and receive federal financial aid until a D grade or better is earned for the class.
- Once the student has achieved a D grade or better, a student can repeat the same course a second time and still receive federal financial aid.
Examples: Repeating a class could reduce your overall financial aid eligibility.
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Students must meet all financial aid eligibility requirements including SAP, and all classes must be required for the declared program (program applicability).
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