Satisfactory Academic Progress (maintaining eligibility)
Scholarship Retention Requirements
For more information, review Institutional Scholarships
A student’s enrollment status will be based on the number of hours for which they enrolled. In order to receive the full amount of federal and scholarship funding, a student must be enrolled full-time. Scholarships are unavailable for part-time students. For financial aid purposes, enrollment status is based on the following:
Fall, Spring and Summer
12 or more hours
6 to 11 hours
Students who receive federal aid funds must attend all courses to keep financial assistance. Failure to attend class could result in a reduction or cancellation of aid. A student could be required to repay some or all of their financial aid, and they could lose their eligibility for future financial assistance.
Effective July 1, 2011, Federal Regulations specify that students may receive federal financial aid funding for one repetition of a previously passed course. A passed course for financial aid eligibility is defined as one in which a grade of A, B, C, D, or P is received.
Students will be allowed to receive aid for multiple courses labeled as ‘Special Topics’ as long as the course content differs. Course content will be verified with the Academic Colleges.
Resignation Policy for Wiley University
Review the Return to Title IV Policy to learn more about withdrawing from Wiley University will impact your Federal Financial Aid.
Staff Code of Conduct Policy
Staff members in the Division for Enrollment Services are bound to act in compliance with the vision outlined in our mission statement and the National Association of Student Financial Aid Administrator’s Statement of Ethical Principles and Code of Conduct for Institutional Financial Aid Professionals.