Satisfactory Academic Progress

Federal Satisfactory Progress (SAP) Guidlines

Federal Satisfactory Academic Progress Guidelines Qualifying for federal aid requires that students meet several requirements. Federal guidelines require that students meet certain grade and course completion standards. 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. For updated information on Satisfactory Academic Progress and the process to file a petition to waive Satisfactory Academic Progress requirements please refer to the website at www.york.cuny.edu/finaid and select Satisfactory Academic Progress.

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New York State SAP

*TAP/APTS PROGRESS/PURSUIT CHART Applies to students first receiving aid in 2007-08 through and including 2009-10 and remedial students first receiving aid in 2007-08 and thereafter.

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SAP Academic Progress Petition(Appeal) Packet Fall 2016 ( Pell & TAP)

Satisfactory Academic Progress (SAP) Deadlines for Fall 2016

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SAP for Graduate Students

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.

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2017 Spring SAP Petition Form for TAP

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.

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SAP Academic Progress Petition(Appeal) Packet Spring 2017 (TAP)

Satisfactory Academic Progress (SAP) Deadlines for Spring 2017

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Federal Satisfactory Progress Standard

Recipients of federal financial aid are required to be making Satisfactory Academic Progress in accordance with appropriate guidelines. Students who fail to meet the progress requirements due to unusual circumstances that can be documented may apply for a waiver.

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