Satisfactory Academic Progress (SAP)


Students who have successfully appealed are placed on academic probation with financial aid. The intent of academic probation is to allow students the opportunity to meet gradual benchmarks that will lead them to make Satisfactory Academic Progress in a timely manner. Once the appeal is approved, a student on probation should make an appointment with the Academic Progress Coordinator to create an individualized plan to restore their academic standing.

The individualized plan provides a specific CGPA and pace to meet at the end of their next semester of enrollment. These benchmarks allow students to demonstrate improvement. If a benchmark is not met after any semester of probation, federal financial aid eligibility ends.

Good academic standing is restored after a student attains the required benchmarks for SAP. Once a student fully restores their standing, they are no longer on probation.

Questions about SAP? Contact:

Toniko Cox
  • Phone860-913-2147
  • Email
  • OfficeOne Riverside Drive - 102 (Financial Aid Office)