Attendance/Academic Requirements for Recipients of Student Financial Aid
Regulations of both New York State (TAP/APTS) and Federal programs of student financial aid require regular class attendance. Funds will not be delivered to students who do not maintain satisfactory attendance records. Financial aid regulations also require that students make satisfactory progress toward a degree. Students should be aware that all financial assistance awards are subject to student compliance with Federal, State, and/or College regulations concerning satisfactory academic progress and standing. Students withdrawing from courses should report to the Financial Aid Office for information on their eligibility for aid. Students on probation who make satisfactory progress will continue to be eligible for financial aid. All Federal undergraduate financial aid is limited to 150 percent of the credits required for the bachelor's degree. Minimum standards in satisfactory progress by students, adopted by the City University, are indicated in the charts in this section of the Bulletin. For more information, visit www.lehman.edu/financial-aid.
Financial Aid is available, in various forms, to full- and part-time undergraduate degree students. Information on application procedures and eligibility requirements may be obtained in the Financial Aid Office, located in Room 136 of Shuster Hall. Call 718-960-8545 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
Last modified: 1/23/2014