Satisfactory Academic Progress
Students receiving financial aid must make satisfactory academic progress (SAP) in order to continue to receive assistance. In other words, you have to get good grades and complete enough credit hours to keep you moving toward the successful completion of your degree in an acceptable time period. The standards for financial aid eligibility are not necessarily the same as the College’s requirements for Academic Standing. It is possible to be on probation for academics but not for financial aid (and vice versa).
Financial aid rules and regulations are subject to change. Students are strongly urged to meet with a Financial Aid Counselor to discuss any concerns regarding eligibility for aid.
Federal and state aid each have different progress requirements. It is possible to be eligible for one and not the other.