Satisfactory Academic Progress (SAP)

Important Points of Satisfactory Academic Progress (SAP)


What is Satisfactory Academic Progress (SAP)?

SAP is a policy requiring that student's maintain the school's academic standards to continue receiving federal and state student aid funds (excluding the Board of Governors Fee Waiver).

New!  SAP FlyerPDF document  


2016-2017 SAP PolicyPDF document

2017-2018 SAP PolicyPDF document

Students should review the policy every year to know what the requirements are to stay in good standing with financial aid. 


SAP Appeal Form for Summer 2017PDF document - Deadline is June 26th, 2017

SAP Appeal Form for Fall 2017PDF document - Deadline is September 11th, 2017


Get the most out of your Financial Aid

  • Get on Track 
  • Stay on Track
  • Maximize your Financial Aid

Maximum Time Frame Requirement: Complete your program within 150% of the published program's required units - Financial Aid Educational Plan Instructions


SAP Completion Rate Calculator - Students can use this tool to calculate their completion rate.


SAP GPA Calculator- Students can use this tool to calculate their grade point average.


Deadline to appeal your fall 2016 SAP status was September 12, 2016

Summer 2017 SAP Appeal - Deadline for spring 2017 was March 15, 2017


To avoid Financial Aid Termination it is important to have FALCON habits.

iFalcon. Do you Falcon?

Focus: Know your major and have an educational plan.

Advance: Always try to improve and successfully pass all your courses.

Link Up: Get to know your professors, counselors, join a club, etc.

Comprehend: Ask questions to truly gain understanding and reflect.

Organize: Use a planner, take good notes and manage your time well.

New Ideas: Embrace and apply what you've learned to solve problems. 

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