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Satisfactory Academic Progress (SAP)
The Satisfactory Academic Progress nnual review is conducted anually after the spring semester grades are available. The process checks the following:
- Current cumulative Cal Poly Pomona GPA
- Completion of sufficient units: 80% of the units attempted for the semesters attended
- Unit cap (uncluding units attempted at Cal Poly Pomona and all other transferred units)
Failure to make satisfactory academic progress in any of these areas will result in ineligibility for financial aid of any kind during the next academic year. A Disqualification Notice will be emailed to the student detailing the reason(s) for denial. Any financial aid already awarded for the next academic year will be cancelled if the student does not meet satisfactory academic progress.
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