What is SAP?

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SAP stands for Satisfactory Academic Progress. These are the standards you are
measured by to determine if you are making progress toward completing your
degree. There are three components to a SAP Policy:

 1. GPA (2.0 or greater)
 2. Completion Rate (67 percent or higher)
 3. Maximum Hours (150 percent of the number of credits needed to complete your degree, diploma or certificate program). For example, 60 credit hours needed to complete, maximum hrs are 90 credit hours.

If you do not meet the SAP standards, you may lose your financial aid
eligibility.

If you have been notified that your aid has been terminated, you may Appeal for Financial Aid Reinstatement.

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  • Last Updated Dec 20, 2021
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