Only courses for which the student received a grade of A, B, C, D, P, or S are acceptable and will count as a completed course. A grade of E, F, ED, W, NR, I, or X is not acceptable and does not count as Completed for the purpose of the student's Completion Percentage. Students who fail to complete at least 67% of attempted credit hours because of incomplete grades or who withdraw from all classes will have their financial aid terminated.
Repeated and Not-for-Credit Classes
A student repeating a course and receiving a non-passing grade may receive aid for that course under certain circumstances; see the following examples for detailed information.
A student may not receive aid to repeat a class for which a grade of I was received and was not completed within the maximum time frame set by the course instructor. Students who receive a passing grade may repeat a class once. (However, repeating classes that will not result in additional hours or Michigan Honor Points — per university policy — will not improve the students' completion rate.) Not-for-credit classes are not eligible for financial aid.
If you are repeating a course, take care that your school or college has not designated it as not-for-credit. If so, you may be required to repay some of your already disbursed financial aid.
Terms with All Failing Grades
Students will be asked to verify attendance during a term in which all grades received are unacceptable (as defined above). Failure to verify attendance in each class will result in cancellation of all aid for the term.