Academic probation is the term used for students who have been enrolled for a certain number of credits but have not been paid for the full amount due them.
It is a condition of academic probation that students must be paid their full tuition and fees at the end of the term, but they can apply for financial aid in their final year of study.
However, students with academic-related probation may still be eligible for scholarships and other financial aid packages.
To help you find the right academic assistance options for your school, we have compiled a list of the best academic scholarships and financial aid programs for your undergraduate and graduate students.
Find out which scholarships and aid packages are available to your students and the types of awards they are eligible for.