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Student Employee of the Year

Nominate a Student Today!

The Financial Aid Office is now taking Nomination forms for Student Employee of the Year! This Award is in conjunction with National Student Employee Week each year. The student that receives this award will be announced during National Student Employee Week, recognized at Bay College's Award Banquet, and will also receive a gift from the Financial Aid Office. There will also be Second and Third Place winners receiving gifts. All students that are nominated will receive a certificate for their portfolio.

Congratulations to Anthony Richard our 2018 Student Employee of the Year!

Veterans Checklist & Certification

A Veteran Student must certify benefits each semester.

Maximum Timeframe Appeal Process

Please review the Financial Aid Satisfactory Academic Progress Policy before completing the appeal form. This review could take up to 15 business days. The maximum time to complete your current program of study must follow these guidelines:

  • Associate degree: the maximum number of credit hours attempted may not exceed 150% of the minimum number of credit hours required to complete your current program of study.
  • Certificate program: the maximum number of credit hours attempted may not exceed 150% of the minimum number of credit hours required to complete your current program of study.
  • If you change majors or program of study, SAP will be calculated based on credits and grades that count toward the new major.
Financial Aid Satisfactory Academic Progress Appeal Process
Please review the Financial Aid Satisfactory Academic Progress Policy before completing this appeal form. This review could take up to 15 business days.
 
If a student loses their financial aid eligibility for not meeting the minimum requirements of the Financial Aid Satisfactory Academic Progress Policy. An appeal can be submitted to the Director of Financial Aid if a student has extenuating circumstances, for reinstatement of eligibility. Special circumstances are defined as those over which a student had no control, are significant and documentable, are unforeseeable, and had a direct impact on your ability to successfully complete the term.