As a financial aid recipient, you will be required to make satisfactory progress toward your degree or certificate in a timely manner. To maintain Satisfactory Academic Progress (SAP), and to avoid any disruptions to your financial aid, please be advised of the following guidelines see full policy:
If you fail to make satisfactory progress toward your degree you will be placed on financial aid suspension for any or all forms of state, federal, and institutional aid. You may be suspended from receiving one or more types of aid and still be eligible for another type of aid.
The enrollment range is determined by your credit registration at the end of Add/Drop (also known as Census Date). By the end of the year you are required to have completed 66.7% of all attempted credits. If you fall behind on your completion pace, you have to make up credits during the other quarters and bring your annual completion rate to 66.7%.
If you failed to make satisfactory progress due to an extreme hardship such as a serious personal illness or the death of an immediate family member, you may appeal your suspension by writing a one-page petition and supplying supporting documents to verify the extenuating circumstance and the resolution. If your petition is approved you will be given one quarter of probation and a performance contract.
The financial aid staff recommends that undergraduates take a full load (15 credits per quarter, 45 credits per year) and earn no less than a 2.0 grade point average each quarter. This strategy will allow you to make satisfactory progress, complete your degree on time, and minimize your educational debt. For the complete policy please see Satisfactory Academic Progress Standards for Financial Aid at Central Washington University.
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