Satisfactory Academic Progress for Graduate Students
Federal Satisfactory Academic Progress Guidelines (as of 5/24/11)
The following information can assist you in planning your course schedule, deciding whether to drop a course or investigating how you can finance your education.
In order to be making satisfactory academic progress towards a degree, for purpose of receipt of the Title IV Federal Student Assistance, graduate students must meet at least the GPA required for good academic standing at the institution and:
- Accumulate credits toward the degree greater than or equal to two-thirds the cumulative credits attempted at the institution.
- Not have attempted more than 150% of the credits normally required for completion of the degree.