Satisfactory Academic Progress (SAP) Chart

Enrollment level for which you received aid*

To remain in good standing or earn reinstatement:



To be placed on Financial Aid Warning** for your next quarter of attendance:

To be terminated from Financial Aid eligibility:



Full-time:
12 or more credits, currently in good SAP standing


Complete 12 or more FA eligible credits by the end of the
scheduled quarter/maintain a cumulative GPA of 2.00 or more


Complete 6-11 credits and/or have a cumulative
GPA of less than 2.00


Complete 5 or fewer credits


3/4-time:
9 – 11 credits, currently in good SAP standing


 

Complete 9 or more FA eligible credits by the end of the
scheduled quarter/maintain a cumulative GPA of 2.00 or more

Complete 5 – 8 credits and/or have a cumulative
GPA of less than 2.00


 

Complete 4 or fewer credits

 

½-time:
6 – 8 credits, currently in good SAP standing


Complete 6 or more FA eligible credits by the end of the
scheduled quarter/maintain a cumulative GPA of 2.00 or more


Complete 3 – 5 credits and/or have a cumulative
GPA of less than 2.00


Complete 2 or fewer credits


Less-than ½-time:
1 – 5 credits, currently in good SAP standing

 

Complete all FA eligible credits you enrolled in by the end of the
scheduled quarter/maintain a cumulative GPA of 2.00 or more

Complete at least 50% of the credits you enrolled in, and/or
have a cumulative GPA of less than 2.00

Complete 0 credits

*Enrollment level for students who do not register until after the 5th instructional day (i.e. Late Applicants) is based on the total number of credits they are funded for.

**Students on Warning or Probations status are still eligible to receive financial aid but must complete the minimum number of credits they are funded for AND have a cumulative g.p.a. of 2.0 or greater by the end of the quarter, or they will be terminated from future quarters of financial aid eligibility. DO NOT USE THE ABOVE CHART if you are on Warning or Probation Status, as you are not considered to be in good standing. See the "Minimum Number of Credits" section in the Satisfactory Academic Progress Policy to determine how many credits are required if you are on Warning or Probation. If you are unsure about the number of credits you must complete, or if you have questions about how your cumulative g.p.a. will impact your financial aid, contact the Financial Aid Office for assistance.

NOTE: Students who add classes after the 5th instructional day of the quarter will only be held to Satisfactory Academic Progress requirements for the level of aid they receive.