The type of appeal that is needed will depend on which of the SAP measurements a student did not meet. Some students may need to complete and submit both forms.
If you are on financial aid suspension for one of the following reasons: 1)Failure to satisfactorily complete at least 2/3 (66.67%) of cumulative credits attempted, or 2)Failure to meet cumulative GPA minimum, then you should submit the Appeal for Satisfactory Academic Progress Form for the semester you are going to attend.
If you are on financial aid suspension for exceeding the maximum timeframe, then you should submit the Appeal for Maximum Timeframe Form for the semester you are going to attend.
If you were approved for a Maximum Time Frame appeal in a prior semester and are not changing your program of study, you do not need to submit a new Maximum Timeframe appeal. You must continue to select only classes that are required for your major, as shown on your approved Maximum Timeframe and Restricted Course List (RCL) that was prepared with your advisor. We will review your enrollment at the beginning of each semester block for continued eligibility and adjustments will be made accordingly.
If you change your program of study after the Maximum Timeframe appeal has already been approved, you will be placed back on financial aid suspension and will be required to pay for your tuition and fees on your own.
The reason for suspension determines what appeal form is needed. Keep in mind that all information contained in a financial aid appeal will be reviewed by a committee and a determination of eligibility will be based on the facts and supporting documentation in the appeal. Appeals can be approved or denied. All information provided in the appeal process is confidential. All decisions are final.