SAP Status Definitions

FINANCIAL AID STANDING DESCRIPTION AM I ELIGIBLE FOR FINANCIAL AID? HOW CAN I GET BACK INTO GOOD STANDING? CAN I APPEAL THIS?
Good Standing You meet all SAP criteria. Yes N/A N/A
IAP Review Pending You must submit your Individual Academic Plan (IAP) to your Financial Aid Office showing the classes you plan to enroll in for future semesters. Possibly--that will depend on the review of your IAP Submit your IAP to the Financial Aid Office and enroll in the classes listed on your IAP.  Once the Financial Aid Office has determined your are following your IAP, your Financial Aid Standing will be updated to "Probation, Appeal Approved". N/A
Missing Grade, See Instructor You have at least one class in your academic history for which no grade was reported by your instructor. Possibly Contact your Registar's Office to have the missing grade(s) added to your academic history.  Once the Registrar's Office has confirmed all of your grades are reported, contact your Financial Aid Office to determine your Financial Aid Standing. N/A
All Other "Review" Standings There is additional information needed before we are able to determine your SAP status. While in "Review" we cannot process your aid, but you may be eligible once we are able to determine your Financial Aid Standing. Contact your Financial Aid Office to find out what information is needed for us to be able to determine your SAP status. N/A
Probation, Appeal Approved You have submitted an appeal and it was approved by the SAP committee. Yes You must complete 100% of courses with a "C" or better each semester until you re-gain Good Standing to continue receiving aid.  If you do not meet these requirements, your financial aid eligibility will be terminated, and you will not be able appeal again. N/A
Warning, Max Timeframe You are close to reaching the 150% Maximum Timeframe limit for receiving aid based on the required hours for your current degree program. Yes Complete your degree before you reach the 150% Maximum Timeframe limit. N/A
Warning*, GPA Your overall GPA is less than 2.0. Yes Increase your overall GPA to at least 2.0. N/A
Warning*, Completion Rate Your overall Completion Rate is less than 67%. Yes Increase your overall Completion Rate to at least 67%. N/A
Warning*, GPA & Completion Rate. Your overall GPA is less than 2.0 & your overall Completion Rate is less than 67%. Yes Increase your overall GPA to at least 2.0 and increase your overall Completion Rate to at least 67%. N/A
*You can be in one of these Warning statuses for 1 semester only.  At the end of that semester, you must meet SAP criteria & be in Good Standing.  If you do not meet SAP criteria at the end of that semester, your financial aid standing will be changed to "Terminated" and you will not be eligible for financial aid until you re-gain Good Standing.
 
FINANCIAL AID STANDING DESCRIPTION AM I ELIGIBLE FOR FINANCIAL AID? HOW CAN I REGAIN ELIGIBILITY FOR FINANCIAL AID? CAN I APPEAL THIS?
Termination Your overall GPA is less than 2.0, your overall Completion Rate is less than 67%, or you have reached the 150% Maximum Timeframe limit. No You may pay for classes without financial aid until Good Standing is reached.  Or, you may appeal this standing if you have extenuating circumstances. Yes
Termination, GPA Your overall GPA has been less than 2.0 for at least 2 consecutive semesters. No You must raise your overall GPA to at least a 2.0 to re-gain your eligibility for financial aid.  You can pay for classes until Good Standing is reached.  Or, you may appeal this standing if you have extenuating circumstances. Yes
Termination, Comp Rate Your overall Completion Rate has been less than 67% for at least 2 consecutive semesters. No You must raise your overall Completion Rate to 67% or higher to re-gain your eligibility for financial aid.  You can pay for classes until Good Standing is reached.  Or, you may appeal this standing if you have extenuating circumstances. Yes
Termination, GPA and Comp Rate Your overall GPA has been less than 2.0 and your overall Completion Rate has been less  than 67% for at least 2 consecutive semesters. No You must raise your overall GPA to at least 2.0 and raise your Completion Rate to at least 67% to re-gain your eligibility for financial aid.  You can pay for classes until Good Standing is reached.  Or, you may appeal this standing if you have extenuating circumstances. Yes
Termination, Max Timeframe You will be unable to complete your degree program in the 150% Maximum Timeframe limit based on the number of credit hours have attempted and how many credit hours are required for your degree. No You may not be able to re-gain Good Standing since you will continue to be over the 150% limit. You can pay for classes until graduation from program.  Or, you may appeal this standing if you have extenuating circumstances.  If you have changed majors or have graduated & are returning for another degree you may be eligible for financial aid.  Contact the Financial Aid Office for your options. Yes
Termination, GPA and Max Timeframe Your overall GPA is less than 2.0 after at least 2 consecutive semesters, and you will be unable to complete your degree program in the 150% Maximum Timeframe limit. No Even if the you bring your overall GPA to 2.0 or higher, you have reached the 150% limit so you may not be able to re-gain Good Standing. You can pay for classes until graduation from the program.  Or, you may appeal this standing if you have extenuating circumstances. Yes
Termination, Comp Rate and Max Timeframe Your overall Completion Rate is less than 67% after at least 2 consecutive semesters, and you will be unable to complete your degree program in the 150% Maximum Timeframe limit. No Even if the you bring your overall Completion Rate to 67% or higher, you have reached the 150% limit so you may not be able to re-gain Good Standing. You can pay for classes until graduation from the program.  Or, you may appeal this standing if you have extenuating circumstances. Yes
Termination, All Criteria Your overall GPA is less than 2.0 & your overall Completion Rate is less than 67% for at least 2 consecutive semesters, and you will be unable to complete your degree program in the 150% Maximum Timeframe limit. No Even if the you bring your overall GPA to 2.0 or higher & Completion Rate to 67% or higher, you have reached the 150% limit so you may not be able to re-gain Good Standing. You can pay for classes until graduation from the program.  Or, you may appeal this standing if you have extenuating circumstances. Yes
Termination, Appeal Denied You have appealed your SAP standing, but your appeal was not approved by the SAP appeals committee. No You can pay for classes without financial aid to improve your GPA and/or Completion Rate until you re-gain Good Standing. Speak to your FA office
Termination, IAP Not Followed You are not following the Individual Academic Plan (IAP) that was approved with your appeal. No You must meet with an academic advisor to determine if a new IAP can be developed.  If you can get back on an IAP, you will need to contact the Financial Aid Office for next steps. Speak to your FA office
Termination, No Appeal Allowed You had an appeal approved by the SAP committee, but you did not meet the requirements of 100% completion with a "C" or better in all of your classes.  No You may pay for classes without financial aid until Good Standing is reached.  There is no option to appeal this. No