Satisfactory Academic Progress (SAP) for federal financial aid is defined as passing a required number of hours and achieving a required grade point average during any semester or academic
year. The minimum progress standards are reviewed once per academic year, at the end of the spring semester. Your entire academic record is reviewed, including semesters when you did not
receive federal financial aid. Academic and admissions appeals and Financial Aid appeals are independent from each other. The SAP policy includes both a qualitative (such as the use of
cumulative grade point average) and a quantitative (such as a maximum time-frame for completion) component. The latest SAP Policy can be found here.
Last day to turn in SAP Appeals for the fall 2012 semester.
Deadline to turn in SAP Appeals for the spring 2013 semester.
If one of the above dates falls on a weekend, you have until the next business day to submit your information.