Information regarding West Liberty University’s tuition/fee refund policy, satisfactory academic progress for financial aid, and financial aid refund and repayment policies can be found in the West Liberty University Catalog.
Information regarding retention and graduation rates, admission data, financial data, degrees awarded, and enrollment data can be obtained online at the national center for education.
Satisfactory Academic Progress Policy
Students must meet a qualitative standard of academic progress measured through grade point average. The required GPA is based upon the total number of credit hours attempted. Freshman & Sophomore level students must have an accumulative GPA that shows a deficit of not more than eight (8) quality points below a 2.0 average. Undergraduate students entering their third year must have an accumulative GPA of 2.0. Graduate students must have an accumulative GPA of 2.5.
Students must meet a quantitative standard of academic progress measured by a percentage completion rate. Students must successfully complete 70% of all attempted credit hours. The calculation is made as follows: earned credit hours/attempted credit hours = completion rate. Courses with grades of “W”, “WP”, “WF” “I”, “F”, “FI” , “N” and courses taken under the WLU class repeat regulations are included in attempted credit hours but are not included in earned credit hours. All credit, including transfer work, included on the student’s academic transcript is also included.
Maximum Time Frame for Degree Completion
Financial Aid Probation
Probation status for financial aid purposes will be assigned to a student who has failed to meet SAP requirements and who has had their SAP appeal granted. A student on financial aid probation may receive financial aid for one enrollment period. At the end of the probation period the student must meet SAP standards, failure to do so will result in the student being ineligible for federal aid.