Limits to Financial Aid Eligibility
As a financial aid recipient, you are responsible to know there are limits to your eligibility to receive financial aid. Schools are required to review your academic progress — your cumulative GPA and the rate at which you are completing your classes. There are also maximum lifetime (aggregate) limits to how much Pell Grant and Stafford Loan you can receive, and a limit to the number of credits for which you are eligible for aid.
You are reviewed for Satisfactory Academic Progress (SAP) where your GPA, the number of classes you withdraw or fail, and your total number of attempted credits are reviewed against specific standards. You must meet these standards to remain eligible for financial aid. Please review the following SAP Policy relevant to you: