Satisfactory Academic Progress (SAP) Requirements For Federal & Pace Funded Financial Aid
As a student, your academic progress is reviewed at the end of each Spring semester and you must meet the Satisfactory Academic Progress requirements to continue to receive financial aid from certain Federal and/or institutional aid programs.
Satisfactory Academic Progress (SAP) has two-fold criteria with a Qualitative and a Quantitative component. To meet the Qualitative component, students must have the required cumulative quality point average (QPA) for the number of credits attempted. To meet the Quantitative component, students must stay on pace to complete their degree within the 150% (length of program x 1.5) maximum time frame by passing the percentage of the total credits they have attempted as indicated on the charts below.
Select whether you are an Undergraduate, Graduate, or a Law student to view the specific QPA and programs requirements for SAP: