To be eligible for Federal Student Aid (FSA), students must make satisfactory academic progress. Per the Department of Education, schools must have a reasonable policy in place to monitor your academic progression. The academic appeal process is how Fayetteville State University monitors your progress.
Students must submit the Academic Appeal Letter if they meet any of the categories below:
When you lose FSA eligibility, you may appeal on the basis of an injury, illness, death of a relative, or other special or unusual circumstances. You must submit verifiable documentation to support your basis.
The Academic Appeal Letter must include verifiable documentation to support your claim as to why you were not academically successful and what has changed in your situation that will allow you to make satifactory academic progress by the spring semester.
Deadlines are based on the academic calendar and are subject to change
Spring Semester - October 30
Summer I Term - May 15
Summer II Term - June 9
Fall Semester - July 1
Academic Appeal Letter-You must print this form and mail or email it according to the instructions on the form.
For more information on the Academic Appeal process, please contact Mrs. Carol Marshall at (910) 672 1711. Send all email inquiries to email@example.com.