Federal Financial Aid regulations require schools to certify that each student applicant for Federal Financial Aid is making Satisfactory Academic Progress (SAP). SAP has two parts:
When looking at each student’s enrollment history, the CJC will evaluate whether or not the student has completed the appropriate number of credits at the time of financial aid certification, based on the individual student’s enrollment history.
In order to meet this maximum time frame of 6 years to completion, for financial aid purposes, full-time students need to satisfactorily complete (at a minimum) the following number of cumulative credits per academic year:
% of Total Required Credits Required for Completion