Simply obtaining financial aid is not enough; you also must maintain your standing while taking classes. During your academic career, if your cumulative grade point average (GPA) falls below the 2.0 as required for satisfactory progress by the College, then you will be placed on financial-aid probation for the next semester. If you do not meet the minimum GPA standards at the end of the probationary semester, then all federal aid will be withheld until GPA standards are met. Aid provided by the State, College, foundation, or other financial-aid award may also be withheld, depending on the requirements of the specific award program.
You must be enrolled in a curriculum program and must meet all academic requirements, which includes making satisfactory academic progress as defined by the MCC Satisfactory Academic Progress Policy for Financial Aid. Changes to your major can impact your financial aid; if you wish to either double major or change your major, you should see the Financial Aid Director to ensure continuation of your financial-aid funding.
Generally, visiting/special-credit students are not eligible for most types of financial-aid.