Mandated by federal regulations, satisfactory academic progress is evaluated after each fall, spring and summer term. Although all three terms consist of multiple parts of term, including sessions that range from four to 12 weeks in the summer and eight to 16 weeks in the fall and spring, the SAP evaluation will only occur at the end of the full term.
Find your SAP status:
- Log into mySFA.
- Click on the "Financial Aid" tab.
- Locate the "Self-Service Banner" link.
- Click the "Financial Aid Status" link.
- Select Aid Year.
- Click "Submit."
Eligibility to submit an appeal
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
- completing 67% of attempted hours
- have reached maximum hours
- Undergraduates: 180
- Graduates: 54
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.