Students with 36 Credit Hours or Fewer:
If a student has 36 credits or fewer remaining toward degree completion, the student is eligible to advance toward their degree at SFUAD and graduate by May 2018. During Summer 2017, Fall 2017, and Spring 2018, the institution will teach upper-level courses which are required, per our Academic Catalog, to complete each degree, at the same academic quality and rigor. As such, SFUAD will retain the necessary faculty and staff during this period. SFUAD’s accreditation with the Higher Learning Commission will continue during this period and students will continue to have access to federal financial aid, institutional aid, and previously awarded scholarships as long as they meet all usual requirements and standards of eligibility, as published in the SFUAD Academic Catalog.
Together, we all are focused on providing each of you as smooth a process as possible and encourage you to work with us on your options. We will be scheduling student meetings, by department or year, to answer questions and to
provide additional information and guidance. In addition, our academic advisement teams will be available to meet with you 1:1 to discuss your eligibility and the path that best meets your academic needs. Please reach out to your academic advisor - Charlie Miu (Business, Graphic Design, Digital Arts, Studio Arts), Scott Hendershot (Creative Writing, Performing Arts, Photography), or Amanda Vanlandingham (Contemporary Music, Film) or email firstname.lastname@example.org to set up an appointment. You may also stop by Mouton Hall during their Open Office Hours, Monday – Friday, from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.