Common Reasons for Ineligibility
- Student registers for courses other than instructed to by advisor that are not required
for the declared program.
- Course is a substitution, but the official substitution process is not complete.
- If close to the confirmation deadline, advisor should complete the "Course Not Applicable
to Aid Form."
- Courses are not required in the student's catalog year.
- If the student is under a catalog year that does not include the course, student may
request an update to the catalog year in AP Onestop.
- Course was previously repeated and no longer qualifies for aid.
- If the course is already repeated twice, with passing grades, it is not eligible for
financial aid. The student may register for a different eligible course.
- Course is an elective and the student already fulfilled all electives.
- Electives are correctly calculated in Degree Works. If electives are fulfilled and
a substitution is not completed, the course is not eligible for federal aid.