Student Financial Services

Terms & Conditions

Terms & Conditions

Terms and Conditions must be accepted through your UNA Portal. 

To accept your terms and conditions, access your UNA Portal account and select the Self-Service tab. In Self-Service, select the Financial Aid tab, then click Award, then Award for Aid Year and select the current aid year. Select the Terms and Conditions tab and click the link to read the actual terms and conditions. When you have finished reading, click "Accept" to accept the Terms & Conditions Governing Your Financial Aid.  If you have any questions regarding any of the listed terms and conditions, please contact our office before accepting them. You cannot move on to accept your financial aid awards until you have accepted the Terms and Conditions.

Terms & Conditions Governing Financial Aid Awards

The financial aid identified on your Award Notification is being offered to you with the following terms and conditions:

1.    Grade Point Average (GPA). The student must meet the University’s minimum academic GPA requirements for the student’s respective academic class level.   Refer to the Scholastic Standards section of Academic Procedures and Requirements in the current UNA catalog.

2.    Percentage of Course Hours Completed. A student must complete at least 75% of all course hours attempted at UNA. All course hours attempted at UNA, including any course hours which may have been dropped or for which the student did not receive a passing grade, are included in this calculation. Effective July 1, 2011, any transfer course hours accepted by UNA will be included in this calculation.  There is no academic forgiveness of course hours attempted for federal calculation purposes even though the student may apply for and receive the benefit of the University’s repeat/recompute policy or Second Chance provision.

3.    Maximum Time Frame: A student is allowed a maximum of 172 course hours to complete undergraduate degree requirements for a 1st degree and a maximum of 216 course hours to complete the requirements for a 2nd undergraduate degree.


Complete details on the University’s Satisfactory Academic Progress

Policy, including reinstatement and appeal options, are available at 

or upon request from Student Financial Services.