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SAP standards for undergraduate students

Qualitative standard:

Your cumulative GPA must be a minimum of 2.0 (unless your college requires a higher GPA).

Your progress is monitored at the end of each term by the Financial Aid Office and by your college of enrollment to ensure that you meet the GPA requirement.

Quantitative standard:

You are eligible to receive financial aid for a maximum timeframe of 150 percent of the published degree credits required to complete your program. For example, if your undergraduate degree program requires 120 degree credits, you are eligible for aid up to 180 attempted credits. Each semester your cumulative credit completion ratio is calculated to ensure that you have earned at least 67 percent of the credits you attempted to maintain your aid eligibility. The total number of credits you have attempted to date (including any course in which you were enrolled past the drop/add period) will be compared to the total number of credits you actually earned.

SAP standards for master's degree or professional students

Qualitative standard:

As a graduate student you must maintain a minimum cumulative GPA of 2.8 (unless your college requires a higher GPA) for the entire enrollment in your master's degree program. You are required to maintain at least a 2.0 GPA if you are a professional student in the Pharmacy Program.

Quantitative standard:

You are eligible to receive financial aid for a maximum timeframe of 150 percent of the published degree credits required to complete your program. For example, if your graduate program requires 30 credits, you are eligible for aid up to 45 attempted credits. Each semester your cumulative credit completion ratio is determined to ensure that you have completed at least 67 percent of all credits you attempted. The total credits you have attempted to date (including any course in which you were enrolled past the drop/add period) will be compared to the total credits you actually earned.

SAP standards for Ph.D. students

Qualitative standard:

You must maintain a minimum 2.8 cumulative GPA for your entire enrollment, unless your college requires a higher GPA.

Quantitative standard:

You must complete your Ph.D. within eight years of being admitted to your doctoral program. Your progress within this maximum timeframe will be reviewed at the end of each term. Each semester your cumulative credit completion ratio is determined to ensure that you have completed at least 67 percent of all credits you attempted.

SAP Standards for Medical Students

Medical Students

Your aid eligibility is based on meeting academic standards described in the Polices and Procedures Related to Scholastic Standing.