SAP - Satisfactory Academic Process
Satisfactory Academic Progress
Sacramento State is required by federal law to reasonably measure a student's Satisfactory Academic Progress (SAP) in determining eligibility for financial aid. The SAP policy governs eligibility for all Federal and State aid programs. When accepting financial aid, the student acknowledges their obligation to maintain SAP according to the standards established by Sacramento State. Students who do not meet SAP are disqualified from receiving financial aid, unless they are eligible to file an appeal and the appeal is approved.
For consideration of aid you must file your appeal by the term deadline. Appeals submitted after the published deadlines will not be reviewed.
2012-2013 SAP APPEAL DEADLINES
Fall Term Deadline: Monday, September 24, 2012
- If you are a fall 2012 only student at Sacramento State, you must adhere to this deadline for fall 2012 aid.
- If are attending Sacramento State for the academic year and you submit an appeal after this deadline it will not be considered for fall 2012 aid. You will need to submit another appeal for spring aid.
Spring Term: Friday, February 22, 2013
- If you are a spring 2013 only student at Sacramento State, you must adhere to this deadline for spring 2013 aid.
- If you attended fall 2012 and missed the fall term deadline, you may submit an appeal for spring aid.
Have a question regarding SAP? Visit our frequently asked SAP questions for the answer.