Returning Student Relief Grant
The Returning Student Relief Grant was developed to encourage withdrawn students who meet eligibility requirements to re-enroll in Purdue University Global (formerly Kaplan University) and complete a program of study. The Grant clears outstanding debt (maximum $4,500) owed directly to Purdue Global for prior enrollment (excluding Title IV student loans or other private funding) after eligible students successfully complete the first term following re-enrollment. Student loans or private funding obtained by the student, whether past or future, are the sole financial responsibility of the student.
Eligibility and Other Information
To receive the Grant, you must:
- Be a returning online, campus, or learning center student at Purdue Global;
- Have withdrawn from a prior Purdue Global degree or certificate program with a minimum CGPA of 2.5 (undergraduate students) or 3.0 (graduate students) at the time of withdrawal;
- Be current on repayment of federal student loans, if applicable;
- Re-enroll in a Purdue Global degree or certificate program;
- Meet all Purdue Global admissions requirements for the program of study and be fully accepted into the program;
- Enroll in at least two courses per term (undergraduate students) or one course per term (graduate students) between January 6, 2021, and December 31, 2021, and start no later than January 5, 2022;
- Meet Purdue Global standards for satisfactory academic progress as outlined in the University Catalog; and
- Be continually enrolled at Purdue Global, with allowances only for military leaves of absence consistent with policies stated in the University Catalog.
To have the prior debt fully forgiven/waived, you must:
- Successfully complete the first term following re-enrollment, meet all academic requirements to maintain the Returning Student Relief Grant, and satisfy any new financial obligations owed directly to Purdue Global.
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