Students receiving scholarships/awards from the institution must meet specified academic, performance, and class attendance standards. Failure to satisfy the requirements of the scholarship may result in scholarship probation, reduction of scholarship amount or scholarship withdrawal.
Students receiving institutional scholarships (except ministerial part-time scholarships) must enroll for at least fifteen semester hours of associate-degree core courses each fall and spring semester until core courses are completed.
If a student remains on “Scholarship Probation” for two successive long-term semesters, the student may be placed on “Scholarship Withdrawal” for the next long-term semester.
“Scholarship Withdrawal” means that the student is not eligible for a Jacksonville College scholarship during the next long-term semester.