During the probationary period, a student must take at least 6 credit hours, complete 100% of the attempted hours, have at least a 2.0 term GPA, and follow the academic plan. If a student does not meet these stipulations, the student will be placed on financial aid suspension. (See Suspension for Failing to Meet Probationary Stipulations below.)
If a student meets the probationary stipulations but has a minimum cumulative GPA or a completion rate that does not meet minimum requirements, the student will remain on financial aid probation and must continue to meet probationary stipulations and follow the academic plan.
If a student meets the probationary stipulations, has a minimum cumulative GPA and a completion rate that meets minimum requirements, and has not attempted 150% of the hours required to graduate, the student will be removed from financial aid probation and must continue to meet the SAP policy.