Financial Aid Satisfactory Academic Progress (SAP) – A student’s academic progress is directly related to financial aid eligibility. The Financial Aid SAP Policy provides guidelines to maintain financial aid eligibility each year. View the SAP Policy in the On-Campus Undergraduate Academic Catalog by searching for the Satisfactory Academic Progress (SAP) chapter in the Financial Information section.
No staff member shall accept any gift worth more than $10 from a representative of a student loan provider. Gifts include meals, travel, lodging, entertainment, and in-kind services (such as printing customized consumer information for borrowers with the school’s logo).
Staff can participate in meals, refreshments, and receptions in conjunction with meetings, trainings, or conference events open to all attendees.
Staff will place all unsolicited marketing materials (such as pens, pads and markers) received from lenders in the reception area for the use of students and parents.
Office visits by representatives of major lenders are normally limited to once a quarter.
Interested Lender representatives are invited to speak at staff meetings during the late fall and winter to provide updated information on their programs for families.