Satisfactory Academic Progress

Academic Probation Warning alone does not impact a student’s financial aid. However, failure to meet the Satisfactory Academic Progress ratio of 67% for one or more semesters could negatively impact financial aid eligibility. Please contact the Office of Student Financial Aid if you have questions or concerns related to your financial aid.

No. Academic Probation Warning does not affect a student’s ability to apply for scholarships.

No. Academic Probation Warning does not affect your academic standing.

Since the Academic Probation Warning is not punitive in terms of a students’ academic record, there is no appeal process. The purpose of the warning is to ensure that students are informed that continued failure to meet expected Satisfactory Academic Progress (SAP) ratio could have future consequences in terms of their GPA and financial aid eligibility.

No. Academic Probation Warning does not appear on a student’s record or transcript.