SAS EOF Agreement Policy

COMPLIANCE GUIDELINES

All students are expected to:

  • Keep their assigned EOF counselor abreast of all financial, academic and personal changes and updates during monthly meetings
  • Attend one scheduled EOF sponsored, approved university event, or preapproved program based on student’s status and/or academic interests.
  • Participate in tutoring sessions and study groups as assigned
  • Meet Standards of Academic Progress
  • Maintain full-time enrollment or have written approval for part-time enrollment from the appropriate authority
  • Complete degree requirements within the limits of funding eligibility (maximum of 12 semesters of payment over the course of entire undergraduate career)
  • Return borrowed books and calculators

 

  • First Year Students in Good Academic Standing (completed Summer Institute with no conditions).
  • You must meet with your assigned EOF Counselor bi-weekly throughout your initial semester of enrollment and once a month minimally in your second semester.
  • First Year Students NOT in Good Academic Standing (completed Summer Institute with conditions).
    You must meet with your assigned EOF Counselor bi-weekly throughout your initial semester of enrollment and continue to meet biweekly in the second semester if your term or cumulative grade point average is less than 2.0.
  • Continuing Students in Good Academic Standing (term and cumulative GPAs are equal to or greater than 2.0)
  • Continuing Students NOT in Good Academic Standing (term or cumulative GPA below 2.0)You must meet bi-weekly with your assigned EOF advisor every semester until your term and      cumulative GPA s meet good academic standing as determined by school of affiliation.