Loss of Eligibility
Students may lose eligibility for the California College Promise Grant (Loss of BOG) if:
- Fail to maintain at least a GPA of 2.0 in two consecutive primary terms (fall/spring semesters), and/or
- Complete less than 50% of your coursework in two consecutive primary terms (fall/spring semesters)
Students will be notified within 30 days of the end of each term if they are being placed on Academic probation. After the second consecutive term of probation, the student may lose eligibility for the fee waiver at their next registration opportunity.
If a student loses eligibility for the California College Promise Grant (BOG Fee Waiver), there are a few ways that may be done to have it reinstated:
- Improve the GPA or Course Completion measures to meet the academic and progress standards.
- Successful appeal through the Admissions and Records Office regarding extenuating circumstances.
- Not attending the LACCD for two consecutive primary terms (fall/spring semesters)
Please note that foster youth and former foster youth (age 24 years and younger) are not subject to loss of the California College Promise Grant (BOG Fee Waiver) under these regulations. If you have questions or need assistance, please contact the financial aid office or the admissions and records office.