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Rules & Regulations

  • Comply with United States Selective Service System requirements for registration, if such requirements are applicable to the student.

  • Comply with federal drug-free rules and laws for receiving financial assistance and not be incarcerated.

  • Not be in default on a federal Title IV or Arizona educational loan and not owe a refund on a federal Title IV or an Arizona student financial aid program.

  • If a student requires an accommodation for disability-related reasons that limits the amount of credits they can take in a given semester, they should work with the Yavapai College Department of Disability Resources to see if the degree completion deadline can be extended.

  • Meet the following criteria to be granted a personal or medical leave of absence from the scholarship program: 

    Allowable medical or personal reasons may include serious illness of the student; serious illness or death of an immediate family member; extreme financial hardship of the student or student’s immediate family as defined in the Family Medical Leave Act (FMLA); fulfillment of a religious commitment encouraged of members of that faith; fulfillment of required military service; or other extraordinary circumstances beyond the student’s control where attendance by the student creates a substantial hardship. In the event an institution denies a student’s request for a medical or personal leave of absence, the student may appeal the decision in accordance with these rules.