Undergraduate SAP Appeal Form

Students must maintain a 2.0 cumulative GPA and pass 67% of their course work to receive Federal financial aid each pay period. There are two steps to the SAP appeal process. After Step One (1) is completed the student will be notified if the SAP appeal is approved, denied, or if additional documentation is needed. If the appeal is approved, Step Two (2) must be completed with an academic advisor and the student financial aid will be reinstated. Please note that if you were on SAP probation last semester, this SAP appeal must be due to different circumstances than the last appeal that was approved.

Step 1 requires the completion of this form and upload supporting documentation by June 1st for the fall semester or January 10th for the spring semester.

Step 2 requires that you meet with an advisor to create an Academic Success Plan. The Academic Success Plan should be signed by the student and advisor and turned in to the Office of Financial Aid by July 15th or January 17th for the spring semester.

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  • Please include how you plan to make changes to ensure progress towards your academic goals.
  • Upload Supporting Documents below

    Examples of supporting documents could be but aren’t limited to health records, physician’s letters, court documents, obituaries, police reports, death certificates, etc.

  • Max. file size: 512 MB.
  • Max. file size: 512 MB.
  • Max. file size: 512 MB.
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    By signing below, I certify that the information provided is accurate and complete to the best of my knowledge. I have read the instructions on the SAP Appeal Form and have attached all required documentation. I understand that submitting a SAP Appeal Form does not guarantee approval and I understand that all appeal decisions are FINAL. If the appeal is approved you have one term to meet SAP requirements in order to continue receiving Federal student aid.

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