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What is SAP?

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Ashley Dunn

on 4 November 2015

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Transcript of What is SAP?

Common
Financial Aid Affected by SAP
Federal Pell Grant
Federal SEOG Grant
ISAC MAP
Federal Work Study
Regular Work Study
Federal Direct Loans
ISAC IVG
ISAC ING
MIA/POW
What are the requirements?
GPA - Must have a cumulative GPA of 2.0 or higher
Completion Rate - Must have a cumulative completion rate of 67% or higher
Tim frame - Must complete program within 150% of program's published length of credit hour requriements
What you need to know
SAP status is determined after each semester upon receiving grades
SAP status' in good standing are called "meet"
Academic history is part of calculation no matter how long ago it was and is included even if you did not receive financial aid
Dual credit courses are included in your GPA and Completion Rate calculations
Taking classes outside your primary program of study can negatively affect your timeframe status
Withdrawing, repeating, and failing courses can hurt your status
What is SAP?
Satisfactory Academic Progress Policy aka SAP
U.S. Department of Education and State of Illinois student aid regulations require SWIC to establish academic standards for students receiving financial aid
Monitors academic progress towards program of study
Standards are subject to change
How do you figure out GPA?
GPA is determined by your grades

Straight A's is a 4.0 GPA
Straight B's is a 3.0 GPA
Straight C's is a 2.0 GPA, the minimum requirement

A GPA made up of a combination of grades will be an average of all grades earned
How do I figure out completion rate?
Completion Rate =
Earned Credit Hours / Attempted Credit Hours
Earned = 50
Attempted = 65

50 / 60 = .83 or 83%
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