SAP Isn't Just For Trees
Posted By: Melissa Elliott - 12/1/2019 12:00:00 AM

Can you believe the end of the semester is just days away?  As the semester winds to a close, there are a few things you should be aware of.  As required by federal regulations, all students must make  satisfactory academic progress (SAP). SAP will be evaluated at the end of each long semester.  That means for the fall semester we will complete this review during the week of December 16.  There are three standards for SAP: qualitative, quantitative and maximum time frame. 

     Qualitative - Financial aid cumulative GPA

     Quantitative - Cumulative successful pace of completion

     Maximum Time Frame - Maximum time allowed for program completion

SAP Status Descriptions

     Satisfactory - All requirements met, no limits to financial aid

     Warning - Requirements not met, no limits to financial aid, but at risk of losing eligibility

     Suspension-  Financial aid eligibility lost

Notification of a student's SAP status is posted on his or her Campus Connect account in My VC.  If you are currently on suspension, it is your responsibility to notify the financial aid office if you believe you have regained your eligibility.  Good luck on your finals! 

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