2021–2022 Enrollment History Review

You have been identified by the Department of Education as having attended several different schools within the last four years while receiving a Federal Pell Grant and/or student Direct Loans. Therefore, ASU was required to evaluate your academic transcripts and financial aid disbursements.

It was determined that you did not earn academic credit for each award year at each school attended during the last four years. Therefore, you must explain the circumstance that prevented you from earning academic credit for the award year(s) in question (i.e., 2017–2018, 2018–2019, 2019–2020, and 2020–2021).

You can view your document status on My ASU’s Finances tab. Please allow 2 to 3 business days for receipt to show in your Financing Tasks.


  1. Print the Enrollment History Review form below and complete sections A and C.
  2. Attach supporting documentation (see examples below).
  3. Meet with your ASU academic advisor/faculty coach to complete section B.
  4. Return the completed form and supporting documentation to ASU Financial Aid and Scholarship Services.
  5. You will be notified by email regarding the results of the review.


  • If this item is listed under your Financing Tasks in My ASU, your financial aid awarding and disbursement will be placed on hold.
  • The submission of this review does not guarantee federal student aid eligibility.
  • For further details, visit the ASU Financial aid enrollment history policy.

Example Reasons for
Submitting an Enrollment History Review

Examples of Support Documentation (not inclusive)

Personal Crisis

Copy of a police report, a Personal Protection Order, divorce documents, etc.

Death of a Family Member/Roommate/Close Friend

Copy of the obituary, notice of the funeral, or death certificate.

Personal Illness or Injury
(including medical withdrawal)

A doctor’s statement, hospital records, accident/police report

Illness of a Family Member

A doctor’s statement, hospital records

Academic Hardship Due to Disability
(including medical withdrawal)

A doctor/counselor statement or medical documentation substantiating the nature/type of disability and how it impacted your academic progress. Or, documentation on how previous academic program(s) were not a good fit and how your new program will better meet your educational goals.

Military Obligations

A letter from commanding officer

Employment Changes

A letter from employer indicating a mandatory schedule change that conflicted with scheduled classes or relocation to another worksite.

Natural Disaster (flooding, tsunami, earthquake, hurricane, tornado, etc.)

Insurance claims, newspaper articles, emergency response documentation, etc.

Complete and submit online.