Here, you can learn more about SAP and how to deal with it
SAP is a way that tracks students to see if they meet satisfactory academic progress in order to continue to receive federal student aid. Failure to maintain the requirements will prevent students from receiving financial aid.
These are the bare minimum requirements for all accredited colleges and universities. Make sure to check with your school as the requirements may be more strict.
Not staying on track will result in your financial aid being suspended; however, there is a way out of this!
Every student has a right to appeal if something stood in the way of their academics. The appeal process is different for each school, so make sure you check your school website to learn about their procedure.
If your appeal was accepted, you will be put in a probation period of one to three semesters and still receive financial aid during this period. During your probation, you will have to get back on track within the time period to successfully get off probation and receive financial aid.
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