Regulations that went into effect fall 2016 require any student with two consecutive terms of not meeting academic and/or progress standards will lose their California College Promise Grant (CCPG).
Foster youth ages 24 years and younger and students who qualify for the CCPG based on one of the special classifications are not subject to loss of the fee waiver under these regulations.
Click here to view the "California College Promise Grant Academic and Progress Standards: Regaining Eligibility" video.
To meet academic standards, students must have at least a 2.0 GPA. To meet progress standards, students must complete more than 50% of their attempted coursework.
Regaining CCPG Eligibility
Students who lose CCPG eligibility can regain eligibility by meeting one of the following criteria:
- meeting academic and progress standards,
- sitting out for two consecutive primary terms (summer and winter intersessions do not count), or
- successfully appealing the loss.
The appeal process is available for students who have extenuating circumstances.
To appeal the loss of CCPG,
students must schedule an appointment with a counselor to complete the form/process.
View the "Probation, Dismissal and Reinstatement" section in the Citrus College catalog for full details regarding reinstatement.