Unusual Enrollment History Flag on SAR
Students with this requirement should ensure that all post-secondary academic transcripts have been submitted to LPC. If Federal Pell Grants were received and credit hours (passing grades: A – D) were not earned at each institution attended during these award years, the student may be determined ineligible for further federal financial aid.
Appealing the ineligibility determination
Students who have been notified that they are ineligible for aid
because they have failed to earn academic credit at an institution
during the period of enrollment
under review may submit an Unusual Enrollment Petition to document unusual circumstances that resulted in the failure to gain academic credit.
Students whose aid eligibility is denied as a result of their Unusual Enrollment History can be re-considered for federal student aid after the completion of the unusual enrollment academic requirements:
- Enrolling for three consecutive academic terms of enrollment only in courses that are required by their program, AND
- Maintaining GPA of at least 2.5 for each of these academic terms, AND
- Not withdrawing (officially or unofficially) from any courses after the term begins, AND
- Meet all other eligibility requirements for federal aid