/ Why was I denied Financial Aid?

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A student is placed on aid denied status if they fail to meet Satisfactory Academic Progress (SAP) in two consecutive semesters. SAP is a combination of a student’s completion rate and GPA. In order to maintain SAP, you must complete a minimum of 75 percent of all attempted courses and maintain a minimum 2.0 GPA for undergraduate programs. Students who are denied aid based on SAP may submit an appeal to the Appeals Committee. The form is available for download on Vision under “My eligibility”

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