A financial grantee is not allowed any of the following:
a. overloading, dropping, cross-enrolling or summer load (unless required by the course/recommended by the Chair/Registrar)
b. shifting major field of concentration
c. shifting to a totally new course
d. double major
e. tutorial classes
Exceptional cases may be allowed upon the recommendation of the Academic Dean or a Department Chairperson and with the approval of the Scholarships and Grants Committee. The grantee is expected to submit a written request for proper action and documentation. In some cases, the grantee shoulders the additional expenses related to such restriction.
Shifting, dropping/adding a subject, cross-enrollment without approval is valid ground for termination of the financial assistance.
Scholars/grantees are expected to enroll every semester except for valid reasons: health problems as certified by the school physician or serious personal problems which may affect the grantee’s academic performance during the semester/school year.
SSC is under no obligation to grant scholarship or financial assistance to any student or individual.