Will I lose tops if I fail a class?

Will I lose tops if I fail a class?

If you drop classes before then, you will lose your TOPS and have to refund your advance scholarship money. By the end of each Spring semester, you must have passed 24 credit hours for that academic year. If you fail to pass 24 credit hours, your TOPS will be suspended.

How do I know if I qualify for tops?

Students must meet the following requirements each semester to receive payment for TOPS:

  • Be enrolled full-time on the 15th day of class each semester.
  • Earn 24 credit hours each year over the fall, winter session, spring, spring intersession, and summer semesters.

What is a TOPS stipend?

The TOPS Honors Award pays the TOPS Award Amount set by the administering agency for a student at a particular institution during the 2016-2017 academic year unless increased by Act of the Legislature plus an annual stipend of $800.

How much is the TOPS Tech Award?

TOPS Tech Early Start provides up to $600 per academic year for any eligible 11th or 12th grade student attending a Louisiana public high school who wishes to concurrently enroll for up to six credit hours per semester in order to pursue certification in an Eligible Program at a public or nonpublic college or an …

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What are the levels of tops?

The four different award components of the TOPS Program are:

  • TOPS Opportunity Award.
  • TOPS Performance Award
  • TOPS Honors Award
  • TOPS Tech Award

How do you get tops?

How to Apply. Complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). We strongly encourage you to submit your initial (first) FAFSA before July 1 immediately following your high school graduation so that you will receive TOPS credit on your college’s fee bill for the Fall semester after graduation.

How do you keep your tops?

To retain your TOPS eligibility, you must be registered each semester or quarter as a full-time student as of the 15th class day at a semester institution or the 10th class day at a quarter institution and remain continuously enrolled. Correspondence courses do not count toward full-time enrollment.