At SPC, we are relieved and
grateful that we did not have reports of injuries of our students, faculty and
staff related to the recent hurricanes.
is some information that you might find helpful:
Withdrawing from classes
Before deciding to withdraw from
a class, please check with your instructor to work out a plan to get caught up.
If you decide to withdraw,
check with an Academic Advisor and a Financial Aid Counselor to determine how
the withdrawal will affect you.
Student Assistance Program
Counseling and other types of
referrals for assistance are available at Student
Loss of income
If you have had a substantial
loss of income or a job loss due to a hurricane, please speak to a Financial
Aid Counselor about a possible Change in Circumstance. If you already have a full Pell Grant or zero
Expected Family Contribution, we will review your documents, but might not be
able to make any adjustments.
If you have experienced
extenuating circumstances beyond your control including extraordinary or
emergency circumstances such as a natural disaster and are not meeting SAP at
the end of fall term, you may submit a SAP Appeal. Make sure to include
date-specific documentation from a disinterested third party. Approval is not guaranteed.
Natural Disasters: Impact on Financial Aid
Select the Natural Disasters: Impact on Financial Aid playlist to get answers to the following questions:
- How will my enrollment status be affected if I am a victim of a natural disaster?
- What can I do if I am a victim of a natural disaster and cannot make my student loan payment?
- If I am a victim of a natural disaster and I failed to maintain Satisfactory Academic Progress, what can I do?