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 - 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


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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