Satisfactory Academic Progress

To be eligible for student financial aid, you must meet Satisfactory Academic Progress standards. The Financial Aid Office has established guidelines (based on federal regulations) for evaluating your progress, taking into consideration both your cumulative GPA and the number of hours that you have attempted since you have been in school. The Financial Aid standards of Satisfactory Academic Progress are not exactly the same as the academic standards of the college.

Acceptance for admission does not necessarily indicate that Satisfactory Academic Progress guidelines have been met for Financial Aid. Satisfactory Academic Progress is not measured until a student has attempted 12 hours. Students may continue to receive financial aid while meeting the minimum standards for Satisfactory Academic Progress.


Satisfactory Academic Progress Appeal Form

Treatment of Title IV When Student Withdraws

Last updated on February 8th, 2016 at 10:12 am.
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