- What is SAP?
- What is Satisfactory Academic Progress (SAP) and how does it apply to me?
- What are the components of a Satisfactory Academic Progress (SAP) policy?
- How is my Grade Point Average (GPA) calculated and how does it affect my Satisfactory Academic Progress (SAP)?
- What is Pace Rate?
- What is Maximum Timeframe?
- What is a Financial Aid Warning?
- What is Financial Aid Probation?
- What is an Appeal?
- Why is it important to understand Satisfactory Academic Progress (SAP)?
- What are common causes of poor academic progress?
- What are basic strategies for becoming a successful student?
- What is Enrollment Priority?
- What are Academic and Progress Standards?
- If I have not met my Academic and Progress Standards, will I lose my Enrollment Priority status?
- If I lose my Enrollment Priority eligibility due to not meeting Academic and Progress Standards, how can I regain eligibility?
- What steps can I take to prevent losing my Enrollment Priority eligibility?
- My daughter is going to college next year, what can I do now to start to prepare for paying for school?
- Is all financial aid ‘free money’?
- Where does Financial Aid come from?
- When should my student apply for Financial Aid?
- How does my student apply for Financial Aid?
- If parents are divorced, which parent provides information for the student’s FAFSA?
- Are there resources available in the parents name to help pay for their student’s education?
- What happens if I am denied a PLUS loan?
- My child is paying for school on her own; do I have to provide my information on the FAFSA?
- If I provide my information on the FAFSA, does this obligate me to pay for my child’s education?
- I have multiple children in college; do I need to complete a separate FAFSA for each child?
- What should I do if I have special circumstances not indicated on the FAFSA?
- Is the Expected Family Contribution (EFC) the actual amount that we will owe the school?
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