Financial Aid Satisfactory Academic Progress and Conditions of Aid

Overview

Federal regulations require that students applying for funding through the Title IV Student Aid Programs must meet and maintain minimum academic progression requirements. Title IV Student Aid Programs include Federal Direct Subsidized Loans, Direct Unsubsidized Stafford Loans, Federal Perkins Loans, Federal Direct PLUS Loans, Federal Direct GradPLUS Loans, Federal Pell Grant, and Federal Supplemental Educational Grant (SEOG). Although the SAP requirements apply primarily to Federal Student Aid Programs, other financial aid programs (state, institutional, and private) may require the same or similar academic measurements to determine eligibility.The Federal Student Financial Aid Satisfactory Academic Progress Policy may differ from other institutional academic policies.  However, the terms of this policy are consistent with the minimum academic requirements for graduation in place prior to the start of the effective school year.  Revisions to this policy and implementation, thereof, may not coincide with changes to mid-year academic program policy.  It is possible for a student to be in good academic standing with their academic program but be ineligible for financial aid because of the student’s failure to meet the Financial Aid SAP requirements. 

Select the links below to view SAP requirements for a specific academic and financial aid year.



2017-2018 Student Financial Aid Satisfactory Academic Progress Policy 

Overview and General Information

Financial Aid Status Definitions

Appeal Instructions

Satisfactory Academic Progress Requirements Specific to Academic Programs

School of Medicine

School of Allied Health Professions

School of Graduate Studies

2018-2019 Student Financial Aid Satisfactory Academic Progress Policy 

Overview and General Information

Financial Aid Status Definitions

Appeal Instructions

Satisfactory Academic Progress Requirements Specific to Academic Programs

School of Medicine

School of Allied Health Professions

School of Graduate Studies