Financial Aid and SAP (Satisfactory Academic Progress)
Federal regulations and CSU-Global policy require that students who are receiving federal financial aid (FA) must make academic progress as defined by the Academic Expectations Policies https://csuglobal.edu/student-policies/academic-expectations-policies/
Failure to make good academic progress while in SAP Warning may result in a students eligibility for FA to be suspended. When a student becomes ineligible for FA due to the SAP policy, they may be able to regain eligibility by a successful appeal based on an extenuating circumstance that occurred during the timeframe stated in their SAP Warning.
**It is important to note students will most likely need to seek alternative financing options during the SAP Probation period, such as paying out of pocket or with a non-federal loan. Upon return to good academic standing, students may resume FA eligibility.
SAP Warning - Financial Aid Eligible
The first trimester that a student is unable to meet good academic standing requirements will result in a SAP Warning notice. In this SAP status, students will remain eligible for FA and have one trimester to return to good standing.
SAP Probation - Financial Aid Ineligible
When a student moves to SAP Probation, they become ineligible for financial aid. There is a possibility to appeal when an extenuating circumstance occurred during the warning period.
SAP Suspension - Financial Aid Ineligible
Students are not eligible for financial aid.