|Students granted a one semester conditional appeal for University of Miami academic scholarships by the Satisfactory Academic Progress Committee will be reviewed at the end of that semester.|
|First-time freshmen are eligible for University of Miami academic scholarships for up to eight semesters; transfer students are eligible for up to four semesters. These scholarships are good for the fall and spring semesters only.|
|Ronald A. Hammond Scholarship recipients should refer to their contract for renewal criteria with the Office of Academic Enhancement.|
|Scholarship recipients must maintain a CGPA of at least 3.0 for all credits earned at the University of Miami to retain their scholarship.|
|All full-time undergraduate students are required to register for and complete at least 24 (a minimum of 12 each semester) new credit hours at the University of Miami each academic year, defined as the fall and spring semesters.|
|Reinstatement of academic scholarship eligibility can be obtained by earning additional University approved credits or appealing as outlined later in this section. The University reviews progress once a year at the end of the spring semester. A student who completes courses that meet the requirements prior to the spring semester review may request, in writing, a review of their progress in advance of the end of year review. Aid eligibility will be restored upon determination that the progress requirements have been met.|
|Full-time undergraduate students who enroll for only one semester are required to register for and complete at least 12 new credit hours during that semester.|
|Withdrawals, incompletes, audits, and Fs are attempted but not considered earned hours.|
|Cumulative grade point average under 2.70 or failure to complete 48 credits at the end of the second year or 24 credits for the subsequent year: The scholarship is rescinded. Notification will be sent to the student detailing information on the appeal process.|
First-year transfer students awarded a University of Miami academic scholarship is guaranteed their scholarship if they:
|have completed 24 credit hours during their first academic year,|
|have maintained a minimum 3.0 CGPA, and|
|have registered as a full-time student for their second year of eligibility.|
Transfer students meeting these requirements will be guaranteed their scholarship for four semesters or until they graduate, whichever comes first.
Any University of Miami academic scholarship will be guaranteed for the remainder of an undergraduate student’s eligibility if they are not on probation at the end of their 4th semester (2nd semester for transfer students).
Automatic Probation and Scholarship Assistance
Sophomores that fail to meet the scholarship satisfactory academic progress standards at the end of the academic year are placed on probation if the student’s cumulative grade point average is between 2.70 and 2.99 and completion of 48 credits at the end of the second year, or 24 credits for each subsequent year. The scholarship is guaranteed for one more academic year as a probationary award. The student’s progress is reviewed at the completion of the third year. The grade point average must be raised to 3.0 while completing 24 credits in order to receive the scholarship for the fourth year. A student that fails to meet the scholarship academic progress standards at the end of the year loses eligibility for the award. The student will receive notification of the loss of eligibility, and is provided information on the appeal process.
A new transfer student receiving a University of Miami academic scholarship that does not meet the scholarship academic progress requirements at the end of the 2nd semester may receive a one-year probationary award. A student that fails to meet the scholarship academic progress standards at the end of the 4th semester loses eligibility for the award, receives notification of the loss of eligibility, and is provided information on the appeal process.
A student may receive probationary scholarship assistance only once. Any student who has received a scholarship under probation must meet the satisfactory academic progress requirements for that scholarship assistance by the end of the probationary period in order to maintain his/her eligibility for that scholarship in the future.