Grounds for Withdrawing Financial Support

Failure to meet deadline dates in a degree program sequence (as described in Plan of Study section of this handbook) may be grounds for loss of financial support. Students on work-related assistantships may be evaluated in writing by their faculty work supervisor at the middle and end of each semester. The student may be notified in writing of their work performance, and may respond to this evaluation. The student may be placed on financial-support probation at the mid-point or end of any semester for poor work performance, poor academic performance, or excessive dropping of courses. If after 6 weeks, satisfactory work performance has not been achieved, financial support will be withdrawn.