Mandated by federal regulations, satisfactory academic progress is evaluated after each fall, spring and summer terms. Although summer terms include Maymester, Summer I and Summer II, the summer SAP evaluation will only occur at the end of Summer II. You can find your SAP status within the mySFA financial aid menu .
If you don't meet minimum standards for grade point average and completion of classes, you may lose your eligibility for financial aid. You may need to submit an appeal if you:
- are not meeting GPA standards
- Undergraduates: 2.0
- Graduates: 3.0
- are not meeting pace of completion
- passing 67% of attempted hours
- have reached maximum hours
- Undergraduates: 180
- Graduates: 54
Spring 2021 information
Appeals for spring 2021 will be accepted Dec. 1 through Feb. 7 and review of submitted SAP appeals will begin Dec. 16.
Submitting an appeal
All SAP appeals must include:
- A completed Financial Aid SAP appeal form.
- Typed statement explaining why you are not meeting the SAP policy and the steps you're taking to improve.
- A third party document supporting your case
If you are submitting an appeal due to reaching "maximum hours", a degree plan also is required.
Incomplete SAP appeals will be denied.