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FAQ - Satisfactory Academic Progress

 

Q. What is Satisfactory Academic Progress
Q. What happens if I do not meet the minimum requirement for SAP?
Q. I passed all my classes this semester and received above a 2.0, why am I still on financial aid suspension?

 

A. What is the Satisfactory Academic Progress?

Satisfactory Academic Progress (SAP) is a requirement for ALL students (whether you receive financial aid or not) based on certain Federal guidelines to ensure you are making progress toward obtaining your degree.

 

Satisfactory academic progress is measured in three ways: Cumulative Grade Point Average, 67% Completion Ratio and 150% Maximum Time Frame. Failure to meet the minimum requirements of this policy can result in a student becoming ineligible for financial aid. Please contact your Student Achievement Specialist or the Financial Aid Office for further questions.

 

A. What happens if I do not meet the minimum requirement for SAP?

Failure to meet the academic progress standards for one semester results in financial aid warning; failure to meet the academic progress standards for two consecutive semesters may result in financial aid suspension.

 

A student on financial aid suspension is not eligible for Title IV Funds, unless an appeal has been approved.

 

A. I passed all my classes this semester and received above a 2.0, why am I still on financial aid suspension?

 

Your Completion Ratio may be below 67%.

 

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You may have reached 150% or beyond of the credits required to complete your program.

 

For more information on the academic progress standards and the appeal process, please see your Student Achievement Specialist or the Financial Aid Office.