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Michigan Tech Financial Aid: Satisfactory Academic Progress (SAP)

Michigan Tech Financial Aid: Satisfactory Academic Progress (SAP)

Kelly Vizanko

on 6 December 2012

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Transcript of Michigan Tech Financial Aid: Satisfactory Academic Progress (SAP)

"Satisfactory Academic Progress" How to KEEP
your financial aid (SAP) or... Best Plan Maintain at least a 2.0 cumulative GPA (That is a "C" average) Michigan Tech
evaluates SAP

at the end of each semester Satisfactory
Financial Aid Warning
Financial Aid Probation
Academic Plan There are 5 SAP Outcomes (Meeting all 3 SAP
requirements) "Satisfactory" Financial Aid "Warning" Previously "Satisfactory", but NOT currently
meeting SAP Requirements #1 or #2 Can still receive financial aid for
the next semester while on "Warning" Students not meeting Requirement #3 due to exceeding maximum time frame are not making SAP ("Unsatisfactory")
Future financial aid will be awarded on an appeal basis only SAP "Warning" status:
you have one semester
to make SAP again

(Get back to "Satisfactory") Students not meeting the time frame requirement or students previously on "Financial Aid Warning" and
still NOT meeting SAP
Not eligible for financial aid Michigan Tech no appeal required Financial Aid Satisfactory Academic Progress is separate from any other academic policy Ineligible students with an approved appeal may be granted a semester of "Probation" or placed on an individualized "Academic Plan" Bad Plan
What went wrong?
How will you fix it? APPEAL Pass at least 67%
of all attempted courses
150% maximum time frame for degree completion "Unsatisfactory" 1.) Paying out of pocket until making SAP again
2.) Filing a financial aid appeal Regain financial aid eligibility by... What are my options? Students must meet all 3
SAP requirements at the completion of the probationary semester or academic plan for aid to continue
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