Satisfactory Academic Progress
Undergraduate students must make satisfactory progress towards their degrees in order to continue to receive federal assistance.
Students must make satisfactory progress towards their degrees, as defined by New York State, in order to continue to receive APTS or TAP assistance.
Qualifying for federal and state aid requires that students meet several requirements. Both state and federal guidelines require that students meet certain grade and course completion standards.
Students who do not meet Satisfactory Academic progress (SAP) standards may not be eligible to receive financial aid. In order to be considered for full financial aid eligibility, a student must submit a petition in writing no later than 30 calendar days after the beginning of the term for which financial aid is being requested.