Satisfactory Academic Progress
Status Definitions: Good Standing, Warning, Probation, Disqualification
Probation – Extended At the end of the last quarter in which you attempted six or more units, you did not meet satisfactory progress requirements and were disqualified. You submitted an appeal describing the issues that you have resolved. Your appeal was approved for one additional quarter of probation. You must meet satisfactory progress requirements this quarter to reinstate yourself to good standing. If you do not meet satisfactory progress requirements this quarter you will return to disqualified status. Students are considered one time only for extended probation.
Probation – Conditional At the end of the last quarter in which you attempted six or more units, you met the quarterly requirements but did not have a 2.0 cumulative GPA and were disqualified. You submitted an appeal describing the issues that you have resolved which will bring your cumulative GPA back up to 2.0 before you reach 90.0 units attempted. Your appeal was approved. You must continue to meet quarterly satisfactory progress requirements to maintain conditional probation as your cumulative GPA increases until it reaches 2.0 before 90.0 units attempted.
Probation – One, Two, Three, Four, Five, or Six More Quarters You had previously reached the maximum time frame and submitted a Request for Extension. Your appeal for additional time was approved for the number of quarters indicated. You must meet satisfactory progress requirements each quarter in order to count down the additional quarters you have been granted. If you do not meet satisfactory progress requirements each quarter, you will be disqualified. Students are considered one time only for extended time frame, which was granted to you already, so no further appeals will be considered.
Students on probation are eligible for aid during probationary quarters if all other eligibility criteria are met.
Students who fail to meet the satisfactory progress requirements at the end of the probationary quarter, will become disqualified from aid.
Students who are probation may have their financial aid delayed until in the new quarter until their status can be determined.
Satisfactory Progress Requirements